CA daily briefing: Friday 29 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
A recent judgment reaffirms that once a trust deed is terminated the debtor will benefit from any PPI claim that remains outstanding. Steven Wood reports.
Reflecting on anomalies that have arisen with ADS, Donald Drysdale hopes that the Scottish Government will find a better way to correct, update and maintain its devolved taxes.
Cyber attacks are a real threat. The security of your business information is vital, so now’s the time to take steps to protect yourself. Liz Smith from ICAS' partner Lugo provides information about how to protect yourself against cyber attacks.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Npower expected to cut 4,500 UK jobs (BBC News)
- General Election 2019: Conservatives and Labour’s spending plans not credible, warns IFS (City AM)
- UK consumer confidence stuck at six-year low in November - GfK (Reuters)
- RBS takes on Monzo with standalone digital bank Bó (The Guardian)
- HSBC and Santander customers set for refund (BBC News)
- Britain's Ocado signs technology partnership with Japan's Aeon (Reuters)
- Fortnum & Mason reports bumper year despite Hong Kong protests (The Guardian)
- Dyson to move global HQ to historic Singapore building (BBC News)
- Alstom UK subsidiary fined £16m over corruption charges (Accountancy Daily)
That's all for today. Check back next week for your Monday briefing.