The CA magazine: July/August 2016
With the business community still absorbing the implications of the EU referendum’s outcome, the July/August issue of The CA reports on initial reactions from ICAS and finance leaders, and looks at the options for what lies ahead.
Also in the current issue, we meet Steve Varley, chairman and managing partner of EY in the UK and Ireland, and find out why he thinks this is “the most exciting time ever to be a chartered accountant”.
We profile the “35 Under 35” business leaders of the future in the One Young CA competition, which will, this September, see one from among the shortlist named as the overall winner and selected to represent ICAS at the One Young World youth summit in Ottawa, Canada.
We take a look at career prospects (and debunk some myths) in the private equity sector; suggest the models worthy of consideration for your next company car; and report on how boards are addressing risk assessment and mitigation.
Our Global View article this month comes from Simon Parsons in Tblisi, Georgia; while the Last Word, from Bob Crawford, addresses the controversial area of tax and morality. At what point does lawful tax planning become unacceptable avoidance?
All this and more can be found in The CA’s bumper summer issue.
The CA July/August 2016