Wednesday 2 December 2020: Chartered accountancy body ICAEW has today set out its vision for the future of audit in a Manifesto based on extensive research among the profession and beyond.
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Wednesday 25 November 2020: Responding to the 2020 Spending Review delivered by Chancellor Rishi Sunak to the House of Commons today, Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, said:
Friday 20 November 2020: Alison Ring MBE FCA, ICAEW Public Sector Director, commented on the latest public sector finances for August 2020, published today by the Office for National Statistics.
Wednesday 18 November 2020: Half of all businesses have found a lack of customer demand to be a growing challenge as they battle with the ongoing fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, a survey of chartered accountants has found.
Wednesday 11 November 2020: Responding to the publication of the 2021 Social Mobility Foundation Employer Index, Sharron Gunn, Executive Director, Members, Commercial and Shared Services, said:
Thursday 12 November 2020: Responding to the introduction of the National Security and Investment Bill in the House of Commons yesterday, Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, said:
Thursday 12 November 2020: ICAEW students have today received the results of their August 2020 Level 7 apprenticeship end-point assessments.
Thursday 5 November 2020: Responding to the new measures announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak today, Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, said:
Monday 26 October 2020: Segment Explains the Importance of a Risk-Based Approach Towards AML Efforts.
Business rates change and targeted support can help limit economic damage, chartered accountants say
Tuesday 27 October 2020: Changes to business rates, and targeted support to industries most in need, will help limit the economic damage caused by the pandemic, chartered accountancy body ICAEW said today.