In this article for London Accountant, the Lord Mayor stresses that the pandemic will not defeat London’s spirit of community and innovation whilst urging members to stand together in the fight against COVID-19.
London Accountant Opinion
Opinion from the London Accountant magazine, the official publication of the London and Croydon Societies of Chartered Accountants.
In the current crisis, Tom Ahmad, ICAEW Croydon President and licensed insolvency practitioner urges members to focus on the importance of clear and sensitive communication.
COVID-19 now dominates our lives. Vicky Andrew, Vice-President of the South East London Area Society explores the effects of the pandemic on our personal lives, in running our practices and businesses and in planning events and other activities for local members.
Nathan Steinberg, President of the London Society of Chartered Accountants calls upon members to be positive despite the lockdown of the city, where there is no room for negative energy.
David Trodden, member of the LSCA Business board, asks why the UK is struggling to improve its levels of productivity, suggesting that a starting point to finding a solution lies in our education system.
Ahead of the election for London mayor in May, former LSCA President Malcolm Bacchus sets out his own manifesto for the capital’s business, tackling the skills and infrastructure vital for all companies, large or small.
As Brexit negotiations continue, the City must not lose sight of the bigger picture of climate change and focus on its leadership in green finance, urges Lord Mayor William Russell.
With Britain on its way out of the EU, a majority government in Westminster and the audit profession at a major crossroad, LSCA President Nathan Steinberg urges all members to join the debate.
LSCA President Nathan Steinberg celebrates the London ICAEW members who were honoured in the New Year’s Honours list, including a former chair of the London society and the immediate past Lord Mayor.
In his first article for London Accountant, new Lord Mayor of London William Russell maps out his year ahead, which will focus on trade, innovation and culture and why London is such an attractive place to live, work and visit.