Top 50 +50 analysis: The environment

The top firms may have shown signs of improvement in reducing their carbon footprint but still have a long way to go

18 Aug 2011

Secretary of state for environment food and rural affairs Caroline Spelman

Green levies to make up increased share of tax revenue

A paper published by the business, energy and environment secretaries, highlights expectation of green taxes and levies

05 Aug 2011

A view of cooling towers at a nuclear power plant in the distance

Constraints raising finance threaten C02 reduction

Turbulent market needs green investment bank to bring long-term investment

12 Jul 2011

Big Four in bloom

The largest firms are champions of sustainability assurance, although financial expertise is not a pre-requisite

28 Jun 2011

Green accounting 'to protect nature's bank'

Green accounts would protect Mother Nature's bank and support economic growth, according to Defra

10 Jun 2011

Puma takes leap towards green accounting

Release of environmental profit and loss account might steer profession to immerse itself in carbon accounting

06 Jun 2011

PwC & Puma produce first global environmental P&L account

PwC and Trucost help Puma represent their green strategy in acocunts

27 May 2011

KPMG picks up sustainability honours

The firm's new Canary Wharf headquarters is honoured as sustainability project of the year by RICS, days after being given the thumbs up on its environmental assurance services by Carbon Smart.

13 May 2011

Fight for your firm's survival

The UK accountancy profession has become a mature and saturated market, forcing firms to innovate or face being squeezed out, according to a report by Carnaby Co

11 May 2011

PwC's HQ to run on chip fat

Big Four firm uses recycled oil to power its Southbank of London office

28 Mar 2011

Environmental taxes to generate £4bn

MacIntryre Hudson's tax principal Katharine Arthur calculates environmental taxes will bring in £4bn in five years

24 Mar 2011

Budget2011: Carbon price

Carbon has been given a price floor in the latest budget

23 Mar 2011

FDs more concerned about fuel rise than VAT increase

Finance chiefs in the country are concerned fuel rises will affect their business more than VAT rise

17 Mar 2011

Energy Management

Energy Management: How the FD can make a difference - sponsored by British Gas Business

15 Mar 2011

Accounting for your carbon

The profession is ideally placed to tap into carbon accounting

10 Mar 2011

EU needs tighter security for carbon trading says PwC

PwC director William Beer responds to cyber attacks on EU emissions' trading system

26 Jan 2011

KPMG administrators appointed to Powerfuel

Parent company of carbon capture business enters administration to raise capital

10 Dec 2010

Reporting: new dawn for reporting

Long-winded, paper versions of annual reports may have had their day

03 Nov 2010

PwC: government may have created green tax

PwC partners claim changes to environmental legislation will create a green tax.

21 Oct 2010

Environmental legislation pushed back a year

Spending review announcements means the Carbon Reduction Commitment will be pushed back a year

21 Oct 2010

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The Practitioner: Mastering a merger

The Practitioner calls for senior staff to step up to the plate: as clandestine merger meetings take place

Guest Column: My year as FD-turned-CEO

Richard Stone speaks openly about his first year as Share plc's CEO - having served as its FD

Leader: KPMG's SME move part of a worrying change to small practice landscape

KPMG's foray into the SME market will likely succeed, but it must convince clients it will ‘care' in the same way a ‘local' practice would


David vs Goliath? Small practitioners pick apart KPMG's SME move

Storm erupts after Big Four firm announces it will take on high-street accountants and the mid-tier accountancy firms that focus predominantly on SME market

Taking Stock: Mazuma's Blue (Peter) movie

Those crazy cats at Mazuma have filmed a brilliant Blue Peter-style video. They're wasted in number-crunching

Colin: Ben Affleck's costume drama

Colin wonders how much Ben Affleck's turn in The Accountant will differ from his previous roles

Taking Stock: Shooting begins on Affleck thriller The Accountant

Affleck is the star in Warner Brothers flick about and a mild-mannered accountant who becomes a high-class assassin by night

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