Draft updates to the technical release made available to third parties for consultation.
Audit and Assurance
Guidance which aims to promote consistency in the practices adopted in respect of regulatory reporting by independent accountants, taking into consideration the requirements of regulators. Issued in 2016 and updated in June 2019, it replaces ICAEW Technical Release Audit 05/03 Reporting to regulators of regulated entities.
Guidance for chartered accountants on assurance review engagements over historical financial statements in accordance with the International Standard on Review Engagements (ISRE) 2400 (Revised). Updated in September 2018 and March 2019, it includes a new appendix on application to the micro-entities regime.
Guidance for auditors on the audit report. Updated in May 2018, it assists auditors in managing the risk of inadvertently assuming a duty of care to third parties in relation to their audit reports.
This Technical Release is issued in the context of the Prospectus Directive (Directive 2003/71/EC) and provides practical help for applying the preparation and presentation requirements of the Prospectus Directive Regulation.
TECH 14/14CFF addresses a regulatory requirement of companies seeking to list on a UK market. The guidance is aimed at directors and reporting accountants. TECH 14/14CFF should be implemented for listing processes beginning on or after 1 December 2014.
Updated guidance on the disclosure of auditor remuneration for the audit of accounts and other (non-audit) services which supersedes the draft guidance set out in TECH 04/11.
2018 edition of ICAEW’s guidance for skilled persons conducting reviews (s166 and s166A reviews) for the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Bank of England.
ICAEW assurance framework. This guidance aims to promote consistency in the practices adopted for assurance work on banking regulatory ratios, including capital, liquidity and leverage ratios.
Guidance to assist assurance practitioners engaged to perform work on submission to, or compilation of, benchmarks, indices and independent price reports.
Legal & Regulatory
This statement was issued in January 2016 (revised September 2018) to provide guidance to Members in practice on the provision of legal services to their clients.
Exposure draft of updated guidance on realised and distributable profits under the Companies Act 2006 issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (the Institutes) in March 2016.
This Technical Release has been produced to expand upon the guidance given in TECH04/16BL. Nothing included in TECH04/16BL has become inappropriate, but further discussions with the Registrar have clarified some of the provisions of the legislation and their interpretation. For this reason, TECH04/16BL has been withdrawn with immediate effect and replaced with TECH01/17BL.
This Technical Release provides guidance on realised and distributable profits under the Companies Act 2006 (as amended) (the Act) and all relevant statutory instruments made under the Act. Its purpose is to identify, interpret and apply the principles relating to the determination of realised profits and losses for the purposes of making distributions under the Act. It is based on the guidance previously issued as TECH 02/10 in October 2010 but has been updated as proposed in TECH 05/16 which was issued for comment in March 2016.
Guidance for those providing tax services in the United Kingdom, on the prevention of money laundering and the countering of terrorist financing.
This TAXguide will cover the key changes to the capital allowances regime since Tax Practice supplement 21 on the subject in September 2008.
This TAXguide looks at the charge to tax on benefits and expenses, associated exemptions and deductions and, where a tax charge arises, the calculation of the taxable amount. It also examines the reporting obligations which result from the provision of expenses and benefits, and also at ways in which this burden can be reduced.
Finance (No 2) Act 2017 introduced significant changes to the taxation of foreign domiciliaries. TAXguide 09/19 highlights and considers areas of uncertainty in the statutory provisions for rebasing and the changes to the CGT foreign capital losses election.