Finance for the Future judge John Lelliott outlines the vital role the awards play in raising the profile of sustainability in the business environment.
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To mark Volunteers’ Week, ICAEW Insights champions its volunteering community, starting with Olivia Carling, Vice Chair of The Chartered Accountant Student Society of London.
This week's chart explores how despite a negative fiscal balance of A$103bn, the Australian federal budget has weathered the pandemic relatively well compared with many other major economies.
The Dasgupta Review on biodiversity is unprecedented in its scope and approach. Philippa Kelly spoke with Thomas Viegas, economic advisor to the Review about the implications for the finance sector.
Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta talked to ICAEW about his landmark review on the economics of biodiversity, his hopes for the future, and what it means for members.
With its unparalleled reach and influence across business, accountancy can play a major role in shaping the levelling-up agenda, says former government minister and chartered accountant Justine Greening.
HMRC is writing to more than 150,000 VAT-registered businesses where it doesn’t hold a valid email address, explaining what they need to do to continue paying their VAT by direct debit. ICAEW’s Tax Faculty explains that this relates to the transfer of VAT records to a new database.
In the future, chartered accountants will have an increasingly vital role to play in ensuring that societies across the world have access to reliable, fact-based information.
Local authorities should ensure they have sufficient skills and resources in place to deliver accurate and timely financial statements for audit to avoid a situation like Grant Thornton encountered at Slough Council.
Amir Dossal’s work for the UN has relied on trust to accomplish nearly everything he’s done. He believes social media is a double edged sword.