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.
Features from September 2020
New thinking, practical advice and professional insight.
New guidance on the ICAEW Duty to Report Misconduct dispels myths and provides clarity for members looking to make a report.
UK companies struggling with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic have been given more time to file their accounts at Companies House.
The COVID-19 crisis has led the Financial Conduct Authority to extend the deadline for companies to comply with European Single Electronic Format requirements.
Deadlines for reporting cross-border transactions under DAC6 regulations intended to identify tax practices with particular hallmarks have been extended. Taxpayers and their advisers are being warned, however, not to be complacent.
Policymakers should ensure the burden of rebuilding is shared equally and not unfairly borne by the young, writes Mark Rowland.
Companies have a big role to play in a successful recovery but it’s important not to forget the fundamentals, finds Sarah Perrin.
19 September 2020: The pandemic has proved that the public and private sectors can co-operate to the benefit of all of us. This could be the template for a new type of corporate behaviour. Words by Sarah Perrin.
Running a business has always been a challenge, but the global pandemic has been one of the toughest that company directors have encountered.
Pressure is growing on the profession to address the challenges of audit reform. We offer some perspectives on the future of audit, along with an argument for change from ICAEW.