4 December 2020: This year has been tough for hospitality, and the first half of 2021 won’t be easy either. But Shepherd Neame’s CEO sees reasons to be optimistic.
Just-in-time, Lean, cash-flow, supply-chains – all have come under scrutiny. Which management techniques have been robust enough?
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30 November 2020: Tim Williams, CFO of Italian football giants Internazionale, tells ICAEW Insights editor Tom Herbert how the club is coping with the challenges of coronavirus.
24 November 2020: COVID-19 has accentuated the need for Kuwait to diversify from its reliance on oil. So how can private sector organisations adapt to meet the challenges?
28 October 2020: Dhruti Thakrar of Edwin Coe LLP explains how the new sponsor licensing system will work and the potential challenges for businesses.
13 October 2020: The Home Office has outlined new immigration rules that will change the way UK companies hire staff from the EU from 1 January 2021, including the introduction of a points-based system.
30 September 2020: In the desire to make the post-COVID-19 world better and address the threat caused by climate change, is ‘greening’ the supply chain the answer? The latest government consultation on illegal deforestation seeks to address this.
ICAEW interviews Vassilios Kaminaris, Partner at EY in Greece and staunch advocate of diversity, on new legislation requiring 25% of board members to be women.
We talk to three experienced board members in the US, Europe and Asia about COVID-19, and their predictions for the future. Interviews by Tim Stafford.
New Year’s Day 2021 will not be a typical 1 January. An entirely new customs regime will come into force, delivering a shock to companies not sufficiently prepared for the change ahead.
Government financial support in response to the pandemic has created ideal conditions for fraud to flourish around the world. Once again, accountants are on the frontline, finds Christian Doherty.