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NEL Fund Managers has been working with small businesses in the North East for over 30 years. Yvonne Gale, CEO of the organisation, tells us what it’s been like working with smaller companies during the third national lockdown.
Fraudsters aren't always bad people. So what drives people to step over the line and commit an economic crime? In the first of an ICAEW Insights series on economic crime, Craig Tully from tax investigation specialists Gilbert Tax Consultants outlines what drives people to commit fraud.
In the first of a new remote working series, we speak with a CFO on their experience integrating a whole business through remote acquisition, as well as a recent virtually onboarded employee.
8 March: As 5 April fast approaches Derek Blair and Suzanne Spicer, members of ICAEW’s Practitioner Business Advisers Community, share their insights on how to provide tax advisory services to clients.
8 March 2021: More than a third of FTSE 350 board positions are now held by women, an increase of 50% over the past five years. However, the numbers disguise a mixed picture.
8 March 2021: COVID-19 and its economic fallout are having a devastating and regressive effect on gender equality in the workplace, which in turn will stunt post-pandemic economic recovery, according to two major reports.
8 March 2021: The right to equal pay for work of equal value is a founding principle of the EU, but one seldom implemented or enforced in full. With the EU gender pay gap currently over 14%, new legislative proposals seek to remedy this through pay transparency and improved enforcement mechanisms.
8 March 2021: A National Audit Office report says the government cannot show how effective £1bn of investment has been in cutting carbon emissions from cars.
5 March 2021: Expectations were riding high for a Budget that delivered on the ‘build back better’ promise. But despite several promising initiatives, when it came to substantive green measures it was found wanting.
5 March 2021: The Budget provides the basis for this week’s chart, which illustrates government plans to achieve a current budget surplus to meet a new fiscal rule that hasn’t yet been formally announced but was hinted at.
5 March 2021: For those wanting to green their personal finances, this Budget offers new ways to put your money to work for the benefit of the planet. ICAEW’s Philippa Kelly highlights what savers and investors might want to look out for.