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Business and economy
News from the London Accountant magazine, the official publication of the London and Croydon Societies of Chartered Accountants.
The underlying strength of London and UK business is being choked by uncertainty, argues the ICAEW’s business team.
LSCA vice president Indy Agnihotri sets out why he believes firmly in the power of agreements rather than relying on expectations, both in life and the workplace.
Brexit and structural shifts take their toll on ICAEW’s outlook for the UK economy as significant boom in investment remains unlikely even if Brexit deal is agreed.
As ICAEW and Deloitte join up to create an online learning programme to takcle climate change, South East London Area Society Vice Chair and LSCA Deputy President Vicky Andrew spells out what this means for ICAEW members.
City jobs down by a third in three months as job hunters fall by nearly a quarter, Morgan McKinley’s Hakan Enver surveys the latest state of the finance professionals jobs market, arguing that a tech-style visa model could benefit financial services post-Brexit.
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No matter what sort of Brexit there is, Lai Wah Co of the Bank’s Greater London Agency says the Monetary Policy Committee will always act to promote the good of the UK people by keeping inflation on target while supporting jobs and growth.
Update proposals include guidance for service auditors, as well as more practical examples on control objectives and reporting, to ensure they can be used by a broader range of accountancy firms.
In the second part of a series of articles, London accountant and business adviser Surekha Aggarwal explains how accountants in business can optimise their income, but they need to understand this is not the same as maximising revenue.