Labour to crackdown on “cartel” accountancy firms
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell announces the review, promising to crackdown on poor industry practices
Helen Munter to leave US audit regulator
The PCAOB will lose its high profile director of the division of registrations and inspections
Treasury consults on IR35 rules for private sector
Government concerned that employment status tax avoidance is rife among private sector contractors
Two leading FCAs join Kingman FRC review panel
Sir John Kingman has named 11 panel members to help on review of the Financial Reporting Council
First gender diversity fund launched
The fund favours companies with higher gender diversity standards
Movers and shakers
A round-up of this week's appointments, promotions, board moves and resignations
Unions accuse McDonald's of continuing tax avoidance
Fast food chain McDonald’s accused of adopting even more opaque and complex tax structure
CVAs: the benefits and disadvantages
While giving the company an opportunity recover, CVAs have an impact on stakeholdersOpinion
Who will be left standing after Carillion?
It feels like real change could be coming for the profession after this week, but what form will it take, asks Richard CreeOpinion
Accountants’ role in analysing countries’ debt
Over the past century, many governments have become increasingly dependent on borrowing to finance public spendingOpinion
How refugees create jobs for city locals
When refugees are given a chance to succeed, they can bring employment opportunities for the host populationOpinion
Forests grow where human well-being increases
Countries with high levels of human well-being are more likely to show increasing forest growthOpinion
Examining the UK's industrial strategy funding
The volumes of data, speed at which it change and reliance on people to interpret it, is a limiting factorOpinion
Why the Bribery Act 2010 is being scrutinised
The Act was designed to influence corporate behaviour and improve governance, much like GDPR is doing now. So why is it under scrutiny?
Mind the gender pay gap
How should employers approach reporting their gender pay gaps?
Breaking the barriers of exclusive employment
What companies are doing to break the barriers to employment for those with disabilities
ICAEW: 2017 in numbers
ICAEW has published its annual review for 2017
Practice Q&A: Bitcoin and social media
ICAEW experts tackle questions on accounting for bitcoin transactions, avoiding social media disaster, and digital PCRT
New ways of working, new tax?
Do modern business models and working practices demand new rules on employment law and tax?
Cracking the corporate governance code
Do the proposed amendments to the corporate governance code deliver the change that is needed?
Practice Q&A: Audit and AI
Our practice-focused Q&A series tackles the subjects of AI and its influence on the profession, retaining talent and the extent of PII cover
Guide to the Bank Holiday weekend
From a family-friendly rave to a celebration of the Suffragettes, here's some events on during the May Bank holiday weekend