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Do buybacks really destroy long-term value?

Alex Edmans explains how share buybacks can have a “sugar-high" affect on corporations

6 September 2019
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UK, NZ, Norway to be worst hit by housing crisis

In a global housing slump, the worst hit economies would include the Nordic countries, New Zealand, Australia and the UK

6 September 2019
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Tales from the frontline: Daire Keating

Daire Keating talks about how a passion for sport and affinity for numbers led him to doing his ACA

6 September 2019
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Helping with the UN's sustainability goals

ICAEW's CEO shares his thoughts on helping the UN with its Sustainable Development Goals

6 September 2019
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Celebrating women in the profession

ICAEW president Fiona Wilkinson lays out her plans to celebrate the female faces of ICAEW gathering pace

6 September 2019
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Debate: what is public sector audit's true role?

We ask a panel of experts what the true role of public sector audit is, and whether it is fit for purpose

6 September 2019
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As I see it: Khuram Javed

DKR Chartered Accountants' managing partner explains why he decided to set up his own practice

6 September 2019
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How Hong Kong protests and Brexit may benefit the rich

Hong Kong and London share a common history and since the 1960s have flourished as offshore financial centres

28 August 2019
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Explained: business rates reform called for by retailers

The decline of the high street has been high on the news agenda for some time

28 August 2019
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Why audits are not meeting investor expectations

Corporate failures such as Carillion and Patisserie Valerie prove audits are not meeting investor expectations

28 August 2019

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