24 April 2019
Now is the time to decide whether to leave the Teachers’ Pensions scheme, what is the right decision for your school? Also included, are your anti-Money laundering policies up to scratch and are you rewarding your teachers in the right way?
04 April 2019
Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM advised Pinacl, a leading provider of ICT infrastructures encompassing the IoT, smart buildings and cities and major fibre optic networks on its bringing together with Boston Networks supported by Aliter Capital LLP, a private equity fund.
12 March 2019
Of all the sectors we’ve surveyed this past 18-months, TMT businesses have been the most consistently upbeat when it comes to their view on the short- and long-term impact of Brexit, such is its strength. But has this sentiment held strong as we approach the 29th March?
Ellie leads the Change team’s social impact service. Social impact allows organisations to better quantify the additional value their activities and programmes have brought to individuals and communities.
07 March 2019
Following the charity governance code update in June 2017, the sector has seen much change, driven in no small part by high-profile scandals. Join our seminar series to hear how successfully Charities are complying with the code and how your charity can improve its governance standards.
Andy is a financial reporting advisory specialist supporting businesses with their accounting compliance and transactional needs. Andy assists his clients with interpreting and applying accounting standards, both IFRS and UK GAAP, by bringing practical solutions to complex problems. He and his team support finance teams with resources and expertise to help them on their journey be it year-end reporting, applying a new standard, preparation for an exit (IPO or PE) or improvement to corporate governance disclosures.
19 February 2019
As Gift Aid approaches its 30-year anniversary, HMRC is asking charities to raise awareness among fundraisers about what is covered under the scheme amid concerns that £1m may be being wrongly paid out every month.