Kevin Reed

Deputy Editor , Accountancy Age

Kevin Reed

Kevin Reed is editor of Accountancy Age and Financial Director. He was worked at VNU and Incisive Media since 2000 across their accounting and finance brands. His areas of specialism include technology, personal tax and practice management.

Articles by Kevin Reed

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New masterclasses: FRS 102/small biz accounting

Accountancy Age expands on last year's successful masterclasses with new series of courses

26 Aug 2014

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KPMG and EY win major listed company audits

Quintain Estates and Pennon Group choose KPMG and EY as their auditors

26 Aug 2014

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Deloitte partner profits fall as modest growth posted

Improved economy should see better growth in 2014/15, says senior Deloitte partner David Sproul

26 Aug 2014

EY issues emphasis of matter note on Co-op Bank

EY says issues at the Co-operative Bank may cast doubt on its ability to continue as a going concern

22 Aug 2014

Reeves' Tate to serve as R3 president

Andrew Tate to serve as R3's vice-president next year, stepping up to president in 2016

21 Aug 2014

The Practitioner: Can the firm make hay while the sun shines?

Clients are in good fettle, and the sun's out...and The Practitioner is considering increasing fees

20 Aug 2014

Lehman Brothers pension scheme payout agreed

£184m payout for Lehman Brothers' pension scheme members, following long legal battle

19 Aug 2014

BDO boosts consulting team with MorganFranklin UK acquisition

BDO's financial management and technology consulting division boosted by eight-strong team joining

07 Aug 2014

Army veteran takes MSI association CEO role

Timothy Wilson joins MSI Global Alliance as CEO

04 Aug 2014

Hollister boosts Grant Thornton's pension team

Kevin Hollister joins Grant Thornton to work with its trustees and corporate clients

04 Aug 2014

Accountancy's rising star looks for £3.3m through crowdfunding

Clear Books, led by Tim Fouracre, looks to raise £3.3m thorugh its own crowdfunding platform

28 Jul 2014

The Practitioner: Government-subsidised tax advice please?

With the government looking to help fund the provision of free advice to pensioners, the Practitioner thinks there are advantages, for all, to extend this to accounting and tax

25 Jul 2014

Cable calls for ICAEW probe into Comet administrators

Business secretary Vince Cable refers senior Deloitte IPs for potential disciplinary action, over Comet administration concerns

25 Jul 2014

Accounting and finance staff demand leaps

Survey reveals employers pushing to bring more accountants on board

25 Jul 2014

Top 50+50: From 2009 to 2014 - what has changed?

Accountancy Age compares the 2009 Top 50 survey to our latest figures, and draws out the direction of travel for the profession

24 Jul 2014

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