CA daily briefing: Friday 28 May
Goodbye from the CA Daily Briefing.
As ICAS continues its work to identify new and exciting opportunities to serve its Members, today will be the last day of the CA Daily Briefing. We have many exciting ideas and projects that we think will provide genuine value to Members which we will be working on over the coming months and years which has led us to refocus our efforts on these areas to make sure they are the best they can be.
Watch this space.
The latest from ICAS
In the latest interview in our Championing Unique Perspectives series, Matthew Halstead CA, Co-Creator and Trustee at sidekick, discusses his ongoing relationship with his mental wellbeing, having the strength to take a step back and doing what makes you happy.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Small businesses' account delays are over, insist banks (BBC News)
- UK business optimism hits five-year high, so why has London slipped? (City AM)
- Wall Street bank CEOs face fee criticism in second round with Congress (Reuters)
- A Credit Suisse unit blacklisted Gupta as another bankrolled him (Bloomberg)
- Sunak denies lobbying by Cameron swayed him on Greensill (The Guardian)
- Uber agrees deal with GMB union allowing 70,000 drivers (The Independent)
- Global tax reforms that could raise billions edge closer as G7 on brink of agreement (Sky News)
- Insurers must not penalise loyal customers, says FCA (BBC News)
- Dutch court ruling to lead to Shell’s shrinking (Reuters)
- In the pipeline: networks to warm UK homes using surplus heat (The Guardian)