CA daily briefing: Thursday 16 July
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft here to give you this morning's latest news and updates.
The latest from ICAS
In this extract from the ICAS research publication “Speak up? Listen up? Whistleblow? In their own words – Insights into the ethical dilemmas of ICAS members” we hear from ICAS members about their real-life experiences of ethical challenges.
The Monitoring Group (MG) has published its recommendations which are intended to strengthen the international audit-related standard-setting system, including the Public Interest Framework. James Barbour reports.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Banks urge 'student loans style' plan to avoid job cuts (BBC News)
- Beyond lockdown: The tech trends to watch (City AM)
- IMF chief warns global economy 'not out of the woods,' dangers lurk (Reuters)
- Coronavirus: No help for workers excluded from government support, says chancellor (The Independent)
- Coronavirus: China's economy returns to growth as lockdowns lifted (Sky News)
- Coronavirus: UK payrolls shrink by 649,000 jobs in lockdown (BBC News)
- Businesses warned over red-tape burden after Brexit transition ends (Accounting Web)
- Anglo sticks to most 2020 output targets despite second quarter COVID-19 hit (Reuters)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Friday briefing.