RegulationAccounting StandardsICAEW ties the knot

ICAEW ties the knot

WE ALL KNOW that the profession likes to think it can turn its hand to anything (when not conflicted out of course), but the ICAEW is taking the biscuit. With TS contemplating the Royal Wedding, and the extra day off we all get, an advert in the Metro piqued our interest.

Weddings at “…a beautiful and historic setting in the heart of London”. Westminster Abbey, surely? thought TS.

Nope. It was an ad for hiring out the institute’s One Moorgate Place restaurant and now, apparently, reception area.

The institute also wanted TS to point out that members can get a whopping 10% discount on the room hire element of each wedding package. Will TS see a penny of commission? Not a chance.

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