With record income and ever-increasing viewing figures, women’s football is kicking it out of the park. But as the business moves into its growth phase, can it avoid falling foul of the excesses of the men’s game?
Latest official estimate confirms that the UK economy surprisingly grew in November as the boost to consumer activity from the Qatar World Cup helped lift overall activity.
New club owners and new team managers looking to make their mark on the biggest football stage in the world push transfer window spend up to nearly £2bn.
Five years working on the Robert Maxwell insolvency, an inquiry into payments transfers in the Premier League, and running KPMG’s forensic business in Russia have served Nigel Layton well, as he helps clients navigate complex supply chain due diligence.
It’s a small subset of accountants that are also powerlifters. And an even smaller subset that are also female and Sikh – Karenjeet Kaur Bains (also an ACA) is blazing a trail.
Our chart this week marks the start of the XXII Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, illustrating how the numbers of events and competitors have grown since the first games in 1930.
While the world watches with alarm as war rages in Ukraine, the shockwaves from sanctions imposed against Russia are being felt on home turf by football’s Premier League.
Chartered accountant Chris Finill has run every London marathon stretching back to 1981, when the race first began, taking his streak up to 41 races this year.
Football finance fanatic, co-host of viral podcast ‘The Price of Football’ and chartered accountant Kieran Maguire shares insight on the financial situation in English football as the new season kicks off.
10 December 2020: The growth of online fitness services and apps is one of the success stories of lockdown. ICAEW Insights speaks to Laurence Hodgkins, a chartered accountant at the heart of one such high-growth app.