CA daily briefing: Thursday 14 November 2019
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft here with the latest news from ICAS and around the globe.
Spotlight on ICAS
Ann Buttery reports on some of the main changes to the structure of the ICAS Code of Ethics, which take effect from 1 January 2020.
22 year-old Eryn Paterson shares her experiences with the ICAS Foundation.
Donald Drysdale studies the new OTS report on life events, and finds that Scottish taxpayers in ‘net pay’ pension schemes may be disadvantaged.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Pay rise plans: Is the minimum wage enough to live on? (BBC News)
- 'Suffering' German economy dodges recession in third quarter (Reuters)
- Tube delays hit three lines in rush hour after Edgware Road incident (City AM)
- Investors in Neil Woodford fund could lose further £1bn (The Guardian)
- Royal Mail wins High Court injunction to stop potential Christmas postal strikes (The Independent)
- Google set to offer banking current accounts (BBC News)
- Asian stocks retreat as China's growth slowdown deepens (Reuters)
- CFOs hold increasingly pessimistic outlook amid backdrop of uncertainty (City AM)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your essential Thursday briefing.