AIREA announces new FD

Accountant takes on new finance role

24 Sep 2010

Mission Marketing promotes Fitzwilliam to CFO board role

Peter Fitzwilliam moves from interim CFO to full time finance chief at Mission Marketing

24 Sep 2010

Upturn could see accountants leave UK in droves

Come fly with me: With recruitment opening up again at home and abroad, firms may see an exodus of valued staff

23 Sep 2010

Local government: beating the cuts

Things may look bleak for accountants working in local government at the moment but opportunities exist as coalition plans for massive spending cuts rely on sound financial management

23 Sep 2010

Amino Technologies CFO to step down

Stuart Darling to leave his CFO position in January next year

20 Sep 2010

NCC FD Edwards moves to Scapa

Paul Edwards leaves NCC for tape manufacturer Scapa

20 Sep 2010

Half of accountants looking for a new job

Survey finds half of accountants want out of their current role, and three quarters will be looking by spring

17 Sep 2010

Mavor joins AIM-listed Highland as non-exec

James Mavor joins Russian gold producer as a non-executive

17 Sep 2010

Six out of ten FTSE leaders are accountants

Accounting and finance professionals dominating the top tier of UK executives

14 Sep 2010

Look before you leap?

Is it better to hunt for a job while employed, or when out of work?

09 Sep 2010

Demand for accountants surges over summer

Recruiter Reed says accountancy sector outpacing other industries with positions available growing rapidly in August

06 Sep 2010

Hays' profits fall, but optimism rises

Hays profits fall, but a strong second half bodes well for the future

03 Sep 2010

PwC receives 800 applicants for 60 posts

Students skipping university to go to work

24 Aug 2010

Former CFO John Charlton appointed non-exec at Gold Oil

John Charlton becomes non-exec at Gold Oil as part of boardroom shakeup

18 Aug 2010

UK growth boosts Michael Page interims

Positive performance across UK disciplines sees increased margins for Michael Page

16 Aug 2010

Recruitment: Just the job

Recruitment in the accountancy market is picking up to levels not seen since 2007, but job hunters should be wary that the fragile recovery is making employers cautious, while some sectors are still struggling

15 Jul 2010

Former Smiths FD takes Hays role

Alan Thomson named as new chairman of Hays

15 Jul 2010

Strong hiring intentions lined up for UK finance sector

Finance and business services has the strongest senitment ofr hiring across UK sectors, says Manpower

13 Jul 2010

Don’t run from a crisis

Battle-hardened finance execs have altogether better prospects when it comes to finding a job

08 Jul 2010

Eaga FD steps down

FD wants to "take a break from corporate life"

24 Jun 2010

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