Video exlusive: Anton Colella, chief executive of ICAS

Video exlusive: Anton Colella, chief executive of ICAS

Accountancy Age TV presents an exclusive inverview with ICAS chief executive Anton Colella and a discussion of E&Y's indirect tax department job cuts

In this week’s Big Question from Accountancy Age TV we discuss the
implications of Ernst & Young’s decision to cut jobs in its indirect tax
department.

Link: click here to
watch
the video
(Windows Media Player file, 22.8Mb file)

We ask whether this is a local problem or whether it is a consequence of a
wider slowdown in the accountancy business.

Anton Colella, chief executive of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of
Scotland, also comes into the studios to set out his stall for the institute.
And he reveals whether merger plans are on his agenda.

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