CA daily briefing: Friday 14 February 2020
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison here with this morning's essential news and updates.
The latest from ICAS
ICAS CEO Bruce Cartwright gives a preview of what to expect from the CA Agenda in 2020 in his lastest blog.
Christine Scott takes us through The Pensions Regulator's (TPR) plans to strengthen pension trusteeship, following a consultation on the Future of trusteeship and governance in autumn 2019.
Jan Garioch CA discusses the changes implemented on 1 January 2020 where the EU seeks greater uniformity of treatment for cross-border transactions.
Today's top stories from around the web
- RBS Group to change its name to NatWest (BBC News)
- Businesses worldwide count cost of coronavirus outbreak (The Guardian)
- FCA says firms act without 'foresight', but principles attacked over lack of clarity (Accountancy Age)
- Facebook boss 'happy to pay more tax in Europe' (BBC News)
- Judge pauses Microsoft's $10bn Pentagon contract in Amazon lawsuit (City AM)
- Carney sees silver lining after Brexit hit to UK economy (Reuters)
- UK political shock opens the door to Trump-style stimulus (Bloomberg)
- House price pressure builds as buyers and sellers flood into the market (The Independent)
That's all for today, check back next week for your Monday briefing.