CA daily briefing: Friday 15 November 2019
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft here to give you the latest updates from ICAS and around the globe.
Spotlight on ICAS
The benefits from Making Tax Digital look to be lasting in the long term, the CA magazine reports.
Robert Outram assess proposals aimed at increasing public trust in the accountancy profession.
As the OECD reports a slowing down of tax policy reforms in developed countries, Donald Drysdale wonders whether the next UK Budget will follow any of the perceived trends.
Today's top stories from around the web
- HS2: Five other giant projects facing big delays (BBC News)
- Victims of bank transfer scams risk being left unprotected (The Guardian)
- Carpetright accepts cut-price £15m rescue deal from Meditor (City AM)
- Competition watchdog CMA could accept undertakings for West Coast rail franchise probe (Reuters)
- Norway wealth fund bans investments in G4S over fears of human rights violations (The Independent)
- Australia and others ask for Brexit trade compensation (BBC News)
- Stocks cheered by trade deal hopes but caution prevails (Reuters)
- BT CEO warns Labour's part-nationalisation plan could cost £100bn (City AM)
- HMRC urges taxpayers affected by flood to get in touch (Accountancy Daily)
That's all for today. Check back next week for your essential Monday briefing.