The UK’s decision to leave the EU has raised questions about whether the FRC's regulatory framework should change in the future
Most firms set up ‘emergency’ Brexit task forces within hours of the ‘leave’ result announcement, but how are they responding now?
Manufacturer DMG Steelworkers has been sold out of administration in a pre-pack deal by insolvency and restructuring firm CVR Global
ICAEW has applied to become an approved regulator and licensing authority for five reserved legal activities, restricted in three of them to the area of taxation
Three tax advisers have been arrested as part of a HMRC investigation into a suspected £132m tax fraud.
By threatening creditor returns, the government could undermine the UK’s World Bank insolvency ranking and cost creditors £8m a year, trade body R3 warms
Lee De’ath and Richard Toone, partners at CVR Global, were appointed joint-administrators of Lexden Centre (Oxford) Limited, trading as Colchester English Study Centre (CESC), on 29 June 2016
HMRC intends to extend the date for withdrawal of transitional relief on investment growth from 30 November 2016 to 31 March 2017
The CIoT has called on the government to rethink its approach to ensuring online sellers pay the correct amount of VAT.
Firms outside of the Big Four compete with them on sentiment among trainee members, according to new survey
Grant Thornton has appointed Andy Morgan as its new head of corporate finance advisory, replacing Ali Sharifi
Company boards must pay more attention to instilling the right corporate culture in order to restore trust in business and deliver long-term sustainable growth, according to the FRC
Peter Saville, Ryan Grant and Anne O’Keefe of AlixPartners will now become the supervisors of the CVA and monitor the implementation of the proposal
Tom MacLennan, Iain Fraser and Geoff Rowley, partners at FRP Advisory, appointed as joint administrators to The Dunne Group Limited and five subsidiaries
HMRC must increase transparency and think more about users when moving to a digital tax system, if it’s to boost trust of its services, the National Audit Office finds
Following international accounting standards for leasing one battle too many for the MOD
Law Commission recommends that consumers paying a cash deposit of £250 or more within six months of a retailer entering insolvency should be given limited preferential protection
Results announced for ACCA’s June 2016 exam sitting reveal pass rate improvements for a number of papers