ICAEW is the largest insolvency regulator in the UK. We offer the opportunity for ICAEW Chartered Accountants and non-ICAEW members to qualify and be licensed as insolvency practitioners with us. We also offer a comprehensive programme of support for our current and future insolvency practitioners including membership to our Restructuring & Insolvency Community.
Insolvency and restructuring
View articles on business restructuring.
Technical helpsheet covering the basic accounting requirements for a 'hive up' restructure within a group of companies.
Technical helpsheet issued to help ICAEW members consider confidentiality requirements in the context of disclosure of confidential information to insolvency practitioners or the Insolvency Service.
Tax - best practice
TAXguides are published by ICAEW Tax Faculty to provide practical guidance to members on important developments to tax practice and policy.
Making Tax Digital (MTD) is a fundamental change to the administration of the UK tax system. It will affect how businesses and other organisations, agents and individuals maintain their accounting and tax records and how they transact and communicate with HMRC. The MTD transformation projects are being run and managed by HMRC but should be seen as just one element of the digitalisation of business
The Tax area has information and guidance on technical and practical tax matters. There are links to events, the latest tax news and the Tax Faculty’s publications, including helpsheets, webinars and Tax representations.
Anti-money laundering regulations
UK Anti-money-laundering regulations are changing and accountants must be aware of how it will affect them
ICAEW is the largest accountancy professional body supervisor in the UK. Learn more about our role
Guidance and other work that we have done on anti-money laundering law and practice, in the UK and internationally.
Cash flow and financial modelling
The March 2010 issue of the Interim Management Group newsletter included an article by Access Ireland's Alex Reeves entitled Cash modelling for interim managers. Discussing the cash forecasting requirements of interim managers (IMs), the article highlighted the challenges facing IMs when constructing advanced forecasting models within MS Excel-based applications. This article continues this exploration of cash-flow modelling tools.
Cell-based modelling is a root cause of Excel hell. Some of the unavoidable issues include simple errors in formula construction; returning error values; errors in formulas dependent on other feeder cells that are only apparent later; and errors containing the notation #REF that make financial statement rollups unreadable.
Find out more about building financial models, the pitfalls of financial modelling and how to carry out effective forecasting.
Find out more about treasury management and cash flow with our selection of books, articles, guides.