Quarterly analysis on each UK region covering growth, investment, and business confidence. The findings are based on telephone interviews with ICAEW Chartered Accountants that took place between 17 October to 16 December 2022.
Read the President's annual report for 2021-2022.
Almost 70 newly qualified students and new members attended a drinks reception at Hotel Du Vin in Birmingham to congratulate them for passing their advanced stage exams and joining ICAEW.
With Covid-19 lockdown restrictions again creating business challenges, and many companies also navigating changes to their operations following the end of the Brexit transition period, this is an incredibly pivotal time for the Midlands region. This event featured key speakers giving their insight into economic recovery across the Midlands .
On 24 February 2021, David Matthews, ICAEW President, welcomed 28 prize winners to ICAEW Midland’s first virtual prize winners’ ceremony
This manifesto identifies the priorities for the first elected Mayor of the West Midlands, drawing on the insights of 148,000 Chartered Accountants. Over 8,000 ICAEW members lead and advise organisations of all sizes and sectors across the region. They are business and finance leaders working in the public interest for the long-term benefit of the UK economy.