The UK government admits that post-Brexit trade deals include clauses that could prevent companies benefitting from freeport tax breaks, affecting business worth up to £35bn annually.
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With working patterns likely to be permanently affected by the pandemic, many employers are facing a change in the way people value work and their expectations of how they will be managed.
Mazars says the termination settlement paid to York’s former chief executive was “arguably unlawful”, while also criticising how the council dealt with conflicts of interest.
As the recent Post Office Horizon saga has demonstrated, there is a need to strike a considered balance between blind faith in technology and a lack of faith in IT.
The partnership model remains skewed against mothers and caregivers rising up the ranks unless they have a partner or husband who assumes the lion’s share of the child caring responsibilities, new research has found.
In these uncertain times, the valuer’s job is more challenging than ever. James Palmer, Chair of ICAEW’s Valuations Community explores the issues facing professionals and how ICAEW’s Valuations Conference will help valuers address them.
Corporate culture is often forgotten in the rush to determine internal rules. If we are to understand the big questions around trust in business, shouldn’t culture metrics be in place?
During these turbulent times conversations between insolvency and restructuring practitioners and their clients may touch on attracting investment.
COVID-19 has accelerated digital adoption across all business sectors. The finance function needs to embrace tech and develop new skills to keep up.
Chartered accountants need to be kinder to themselves, recognise the signs of mental health problems and take preventative action to help keep their mental health and wellbeing on an even keel.
The pandemic is driving an increasing number of employees to work across international borders - a trend that presents a host of complex challenges and opportunities.
Chartered accountants have an opportunity to respond to the package of reforms relating to fraud, as recommended by the Brydon Review. What do you think of the government’s proposals?