UK mortgage lending hit record levels in March but the housing market frenzy is expected to ease as government incentive scheme draws to a close.
UK mortgage lending hit record levels in March but the housing market frenzy is expected to ease as govern
Accounting technology has the power to unlock long-term growth in 2021, according to Tom Kelly, accountancy & employment services lead at Modulr.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Fair Business Banking, supported by law firm Humphries Kerstetter LLP, is to conduct an in-depth investigation into standards in the UK ins
CIIA says crisis stressed need for reform, but auditor warns timing could be wrong
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’s reforms to the Auditor Independence Framework have exposed deep divisions in the sector over where the audit profession is heading.
Relationship between insolvency practitioners and banks under spotlight again.
It’s become easy to say that audit and assurance has changed a lot over the past few months, but considering how the functions have altered over recent decades casts a unique light on where the industry is today.
Conservative MP “wouldn’t read into” failure of government to bring legislation forward since the Brydon report was published.
Principles for operational separation of audit were released yesterday by the FRC, but new legislation is needed for next steps.
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