CA daily briefing: Monday 27 January 2020
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning and happy Monday, Andrew Harbison here with today's briefing.
Countdown to the Top Young CA 2020
The hunt is on for the most talented and inspirational young chartered accountants 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.
Nominations will open on Monday 10 February 2020. 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
- Asian markets in the red as coronavirus fears rise (City AM)
- 'Almost 10,000' retail jobs lost this year (BBC News)
- Confidence rises in UK economy after election, but will it last? (Reuters)
- £30bn pension fund: We'll sack asset managers that ignore climate crisis (The Guardian)
- Boris Johnson says Britain will become 'global, trail-blazing country' after Brexit (Sky News)
- British Steel: Rival bidder on standby if Jingye sale fails (BBC News)
- Lender Amigo kickstarts formal sales process (City AM)
- New York surges ahead of Brexit-shadowed London in finance (Reuters)
- Bet365 founder Denise Coates tops list of UK's biggest taxpayers (The Guardian)
- ECB review may see bank take firmer line on low inflation and climate change (The Independent)
That's all for today, check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.