8 December 2020: Sir Jon Thompson, Chief Executive of the Financial Reporting Council, answers questions on how the FRC has responded to the challenges of COVID-19, progress in audit reform, and the attractiveness of the audit profession.
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16 October 2020: The Financial Reporting Council’s Jon Thompson spoke about the drivers for and progress in audit reform, the attractiveness of the profession and the challenges of COVID-19.
4 August: The European Commission is in the process of reviewing non-financial reporting rules, in place for larger entities since 2018.
31 July: A leading economist has called on the government and businesses to work together to help the UK economy grow out of crisis, with deregulation, tech adoption and more flexible business models high on the agenda.
28 July: Alison Kitchen, Chairman of KPMG Australia, says that audit teams are managing the challenges of remote audit admirably.
Four insolvency experts discuss the options for businesses pushed to the brink by the COVID-19 pandemic.
19 July 2020: When it comes to the 2020 accounts, the FRC is recommending companies provide full disclosure.
8 July 2020: Debate is growing about what follows next after the European Commission decision to suspend EU fiscal rules during the coronavirus pandemic, writes Susanna Di Feliciantonio, Head of European Affairs at ICAEW.
26 June 2020: Would following the lead of the UK’s Bribery Act 2010 help to eliminate modern slavery and human trafficking?
25 June 2020: Would following the lead of the UK's Bribery Act 2010 help to eliminate modern slavery and human trafficking?