EY’s Hwel Ball divided it into three areas: technology; trust; and a shifting geopolitical landscape
It’s too early to tell, but the UK has survived worse challenges to its dominance, and it is well-placed to do so again
Two scathing reports highlighted very different aspects of the Revenue's ability to plan for the future
Nearly ten years on from the global financial crisis which saw several financial institutions come into public ownership, industry professionals outline the case for and against nationalising all banks
Whilst 2016 tax news was all about direct tax global developments and reform, 2017 is set to be labelled as the year of burgeoning VAT fraud burdens
On 9 April, a passenger was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight from Chicago O’Hare to Louisville after the carrier was unable to find volunteers to accommodate four of its employees on standby
The First Tier Tribunal judgement in HMRC’s action against media investments promoted by Ingenious left most investors perplexed last year
We’ve slipped the lines and set sail, but this is no ordinary voyage. Charting a course to an unknown destination, the good ship Brexit has two captains - Davis and Barnier – each trying to steer her to a different port.
That people call the chancellor “Spreadsheet Phil” is now so widely known that the man himself felt able to use it as the hook for one of his kick-off gags in this, his first (and last) Spring Budget
With the property market suffering from reduced levels of transactions, house prices static and a lack of confidence resulting in reduced funding options, there were high hopes that the chancellor would announce specific measures to revitalise the stagnant property market.