An ICAEW spokesperson comments on changes to insolvency rules announced today (Saturday 28 March 2020).
Latest ICAEW Insights and accountancy news for January 2020
All the latest news about ICAEW and the accountancy profession.
Commenting on the FCA’s call for firms to delay their preliminary accounts, Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, said:
Commenting on joint guidance on audits from the Bank of England, FCA, FRC and PRA, Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, said
Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, said
Commenting on the three month extension available from Companies House for the filing of accounts, Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, said:
The ICAEW Regulatory Board (IRB) has today (March 23 2020) published its annual report, which looks at its activities during 2019.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak must provide comparable support for employed and self-employed people, chartered accountancy body ICAEW said today.
ICAEW has announced cancellations and changes to its June and July examinations because of the global challenges posed by coronavirus.
11 March 2020. Commenting on the Budget, Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, said:
The world’s accountants must put their skills to use to help businesses fight climate change.
Friday 21 February 2020. Friday 21 February 2020. ICAEW comments on the public sector finances for January 2020, published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Monday 3 Febuary 2020. Business confidence has returned to positive territory in the first quarter of 2020 after being at its lowest level for a decade at the end of 2019, according to a new survey published today by chartered accountancy body ICAEW.
31 January 2020: the final regulations for applying the EU directive commonly known as DAC 6 have been published. While HMRC amendments have been welcomed, there are still concerns about the level of reporting obligations and the lack of official guidance.
31 January 2020: Rosalia Wood, ICAEW’s Manager for Regional Industrial Strategy, considers what regional economies might look like in post-Brexit Britain.
31 January 2020: with Britain set to exit the EU, we speak to Despina Andreadou, Group Chief Audit Executive at Eurobank SA, about the future of finance in Europe without the UK.
31 January 2020: ICAEW’s checklist sets out things businesses should prepare for during the 11-month transition period following the UK’s exit from the European Union today.
31 January 2020: environmental risks occupy all five of the top spots for likelihood in the latest ‘Global Risks Report’ from the World Economic Forum. “Climate change is striking harder and more rapidly than many expected,” the report warns.
31 January 2020: with the UK formally leaving the EU today, the ICAEW has called for a free trade agreement with the EU that maximises market access, safeguards the accountancy profession and avoids unnecessary bureaucracy.
31 January 2020: Brexit resilience testing, risk analysis and audit – sound familiar? These skills, second nature to accountants, are at the heart of Local Enterprise Partnerships’ (LEPs’) endeavours to support business. Jo Murray speaks to Mark Bretton, Chair of the LEP Network and Hertfordshire LEP.
31 January 2020: following his visit to the World Economic Forum, ICAEW’s Chief Executive shares the moments that captured his attention and considers the key takeaways for accountancy in this special-edition podcast.
31 January 2020: ICAEW chart of the month