Finance for the Future judge John Lelliott outlines the vital role the awards play in raising the profile of sustainability in the business environment.
Viewpoints on the news during May 2021
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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.
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.
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.
Kirstin Gillon explores how to balance productivity and privacy with employee monitoring in the new hybrid workplace.
ICAEW member and CAF Bank CEO, Alison Taylor, has many years’ experience in corporate banking leadership roles, but says the sweet spot for her is where charity connects with the private and public sectors.
The latest public sector finances reported a deficit of £31.7bn for April 2021, as COVID-related spending continued to weigh on the public finances.
ICAEW’s public sector team examines some key differences between International Financial Reporting Standards and International Public Sector Accounting Standards, and the suitability of each in public sector financial reporting.
ISA (UK) 701 introduces changes to key audit matter disclosures in the auditor’s report relating to materiality. Louise Sharp, Manager in ICAEW’s Audit and Assurance Faculty, provides a reminder of the new requirements.