CA daily briefing: Monday 10 February 2020
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison here with all your daily update from ICAS and around the world.
The latest from ICAS
The hunt is on for the most talented and inspirational young CA our membership has to offer.
The ICAS Top Young CAs competition is our annual showcase of the best and brightest CAs in the worlds of accounting, finance and business.
To be recognised is a fantastic opportunity to establish yourself as a leader in your field, raise your profile and promote your work to fellow CAs and beyond.
You can nominate yourself, or a deserving CA you know, for the chance to be named on our prestigious and influential Top Young CAs list.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Much of 'the world's factory' still shut (BBC News)
- Mike Lynch extradition would 'cripple' City and damage national sovereignty, says David Davis (City AM)
- Rise in number of UK companies entering administration (The Guardian)
- IMF director steps down, paving way for Trump appointee (The Independent)
- PIC sails off with £1.6bn Merchant Navy pensions (Sky News)
- One-third of Lloyds bank staff are struggling financially, survey reveals (The Guardian)
- Investment firms circle for embattled NMC Health (City AM)
- Coronavirus: Amazon pulls out of major tech show (BBC News)
- China's return to work lifts local stocks while rest of Asia trails (Reuters)
That's all for today, check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.