1 October 2020: Following ICAEW’s commitment to carbon neutrality, Caroline Kearns and Richard Spencer discuss ICAEW’s ambitions and the crucial importance of collaboration in delivering carbon reductions.
Viewpoints on the news during September 2020
Opinions and news analysis, covering the worlds of business and accountancy.
30 September 2020: In the wake of recent global unrest, this year’s Black History Month takes on a new resonance. ICAEW Chief Executive Michael Izza outlines the challenges accountancy faces regarding representation and how ICAEW intends to drive change.
30 September 2020: The top technical stories on ICAEW Insights this month feature more information on the new Job Support Scheme, the extended self-employment scheme and the Job Retention Bonus, plus new draft anti-money laundering guidance.
30 September 2020: The UK government is setting up programmes to push UK fintech further onto the world’s stage. Does the sector see the same opportunity?
30 September 2020: In the desire to make the post-COVID-19 world better and address the threat caused by climate change, is ‘greening’ the supply chain the answer? The latest government consultation on illegal deforestation seeks to address this.
30 September 2020: As the Brexit transition period nears its end, manufacturers are working to get measures in place in preparation. Rittal UK’s finance and HR director explains some of the complications involved.
30 September 2020: As the Brexit transition period nears its end, businesses in the UK and EU face a number of VAT issues that need to be addressed, says indirect tax expert Stephen Dale, FCA.
30 September 2020: The ‘support service’ for Northern Ireland trade has gone live and businesses are urged to sign up. It will support traders with guidance and can submit declarations on their behalf.
30 September 2020: Ruth Tsim, Group CFO of Hutchison Ports, talks to ICAEW Insights about COVID, technology, the environment, freight flows and the movement of the vaccine by sea.
30 September 2020: Expanded CCAB guidance on anti-money laundering is now available in draft form, pending approval by HM Treasury.