Corporate finance

Penny Avis' book Nevermind the Botox Rachel

Video: From corporate finance to author

Rachael Singh interviews self-published author and former Deloitte partner Penny Avis on her novel "Nevermind the Botox Rachel"

13 Jan 2012

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CFOs fear UK recession and euro break-up

Deloitte CFO Survey shows pessimism for year ahead

03 Jan 2012

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Empowering small businesses to get financially fit

Alison Ball looks into how accountants can play a valuable role in helping their small business clients get, and stay, financially fit

06 Dec 2011

Clarke takes FD & COO roles at MAM Funds

Board restructuring at MAM sees Robert Clarke take finance and operations responsibilities

05 Dec 2011

Tax breaks for SME lenders, urges FPB

Forum of Private Business calls on the government to encourage alternative lending to SMEs through tax breaks

23 Nov 2011

Boost business beyond our borders

A new study from the CBI and Ernst & Young shows that a focus on exports could boost the UK economy by £20 billion, says Steve Varley

21 Nov 2011

Old Mill director scoops financial planner award

Duncan Parkes wins financial planner award

16 Nov 2011

SMEs struck down by banks' perfect storm

The short-sightedness of lenders is short-circuiting the economy, writes Stewart Baird

09 Nov 2011

Mid-M&A deals holding their own

Mid-market M&A, buoyed by foreign acquirers' interest in UK corporates, continues to hold its own, writes Jonathan Boyers

08 Nov 2011

Video: Gaining access to finance

Maclay Murray & Spens partner Chris Dun runs through a series of ideas on the various routes to accessing finance with Rachael Singh

02 Nov 2011

Lean, mean, accountancy machine

The best organised firms are ready for the upturn, explain Kevin Pearson and Martin Prentice

02 Nov 2011

Regional firms link up to offer corporate finance expertise

Smaller practices offered chance to provide clients with corporate finance advice through referral network

02 Nov 2011

Germany quids in after €55bn accounting error

An accounting error at a German bank means the government is €55bn richer than it expected

31 Oct 2011

Lloyds changes reporting of interest margins

lloyds has changed the way it reports funding costs and capital, leading to a higher banking net interest margin target

27 Oct 2011

Colin - The benefits just keep on coming

Colin's take on Gaddafi

21 Oct 2011

Entrepreneur's tax relief - but who benefits?

Does the EIS really achieve the Government's goal of stimulating equity investment? Jonathan Russell isn't convinced

18 Oct 2011

Can FRC align reporting's stakeholders?

Can the Financial Reporting Council's 'lab' bring consensus to presenting finances?

17 Oct 2011

CEOs 'reluctant to write down goodwill'

Chief executives reluctant to impair goodwill amid continuing economic uncertainty

12 Oct 2011

Lamb and Bear take GT corporate finance partner roles

Duncan Lamb and Darren Bear promoted at Grant Thornton

12 Oct 2011

Help us to help SMEs

Collaboration is key to finding sensible funding solutions for SMEs, writes ICAS' Paul Provan

07 Oct 2011

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How software as a service can meet the strategic needs of a growing business

Organisations are now looking for a software service that is cost effective, flexible, streamlined and able to meet the needs of the business both today and in the future

This web seminar will explain how finance directors can monitor and understand the various financial costs of staff turnover

The Practitioner: 'Tis the season to tidy up

The Practitioner lets loose with 'Deskgate', after losing the plot over yet another untidy area...

AS2014: Osborne's reforms sensible - IoD

Sensible reforms preface more radical tax policies in next parliament, writes Institute of Directors' head of taxation Stephen Herring

#AS2014: ACCA still concerned over public coffers, despite spending plans

Government's spending plans give false impression of state of the UK's finances, writes ACCA's Chas Roy-Chowdhury

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Intermediary rules: What your clients need to know

Alastair Kendrick walks through the new landscape for workers engaged through intermediaries, and finds that clients might not have up-to-scratch systems and processes

Taking Stock: Massaging the figures

TS was pleased to note some interesting methods to alleviate Christmas stress

Colin: Using Google to make money out of the net

Colin thinks Osborne's latest tax wheeze means he is not such a bad egg after all

Taking Stock: Daddy issues at French Duncan

Taking Stock spares a though for Alasdair Cairns, who has just gained a new boss. His dad.

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