The Professional Bodies Climate Action Charter aims to create a common language around climate change and a collaborative environment for all professions.
Viewpoints on the news during June 2021
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The ongoing publicity around the Excel issue that led to the loss of contact tracing data underscores the need for organisations such as Public Health England to share information on spreadsheet errors for the good of all, writes Excel lecturer and chartered accountant Simon Hurst.
The new British standard outlines a set of principles to bring a uniform approach to preparing natural capital accounts.
UK plans for a “simpler and more nimble” post-Brexit system of state subsidies have been outlined as the government looks to boost selected industries, level up economic growth across the UK and drive a green industrial revolution.
ICAEW is one of eight professional bodies to develop a Charter to help drive change among institutions and their members.
This month’s top technical stories include more information on the government’s proposed audit and corporate governance reforms, the OTS review on moving tax year end and the relaunching of HMRC’s agent dedicated line.
This month’s regulatory content includes insights into the benefits of committee work, details of the latest Practice Assurance monitoring report and information about taking on clients.
Almost a third of employers across the financial, professional and business services sector are struggling to recruit due to widespread skills shortages aggravated by the COVID pandemic.
The Financial Reporting Council has revised its review standard for interim financial statements.
With the 30 June deadline approaching, the EU has agreed an adequacy decision for the UK, allowing the free flow of personal data from the EU to the UK to continue.