Facebook. What's not to like?
In the recent public offering of Facebook, almost everything that could go wrong did go wrong
End of an audit era for CIPFA
CIPFA no longer has any members who hold a CIPFA awarded audit qualification
FCA accuses asset management firms of breaking competition law
This is the first case in which the financial watchdog is using its competition enforcement powers
New rules for reporting accountants
The ICAEW Corporate Finance Faculty is revising its guidance
AIM floating on a high
IPO activity on AIM doubles, underlining growing confidence in UK equity markets
Flotations and valuations
Nick Martindale on how companies try to identify their true value
Defining financial risk
Is there a difference between what investors and managers consider "risk"?
AIM market uncertainty
Fund managers expect backlog of IPOs on AIM market following EU referendum
A round-up of the day's news
Sports Direct shareholders deny Mike Ashley's brother payment
A payment of £11m to the brother of the retailer’s founder was rejected by 70% of investors
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