This year has resulted in a significant shift in the way we work, bringing new challenges for us and our clients. Emma Milgate of the London Accountant Editorial Board weighs up the positives and negatives.
London Accountant Opinion
Opinion from the London Accountant magazine, the official publication of the London and Croydon Societies of Chartered Accountants.
While we are continuing to live through a pandemic, our thoughts are moving towards the future and how society, and business in particular, can recover. Vicky Andrew, LSCA president and LSCA Business Board member writes.
The pandemic has acted as a catalyst to our use of technology. The Rt. Hon. Lord Mayor, William Russell, looks at how this has been realised in London.
LSCA President, Vicky Andrew, writes a love letter to London and points local members to the Because I’m a Londoner campaign.
Viresh Paul, the newly appointed Deputy President of the LSCA, on his new role and his mission to support local accountants in rebuilding London’s economy.
International cooperation has never been more important than now as we face up to the challenges posed by the current pandemic. Lord Mayor, William Russell, explains.
Annie Lee, Chair of the South West London Area Society, reflects on recent months and the opportunities arising from this period.
Coronavirus has got many people questioning their models and assumptions around work. Kirsten Gibbs, Process Expert, asks if it’s time to question our models of business too?
With his last column for London Accountant as LSCA President, Nathan Steinberg summarises what has been a busy and somewhat surprising year in office.
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.