CA daily briefing: Thursday 20 February 2020
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft here with this morning's news ICAS and around the world.
The latest from ICAS
CA magazine speaks to Kate Robertson, who with her One Young World movement, is championing the young figureheads who’ll shape the future.
We are regularly asked queries about insolvency systems in crown dependencies, which are not part of the UK or the European Union but self-governing dependencies of the crown. This article covers the Bailiwick of Guernsey and will form part of a series looking at insolvency procedures in the crown dependencies.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Lloyds pays £2.5bn to deal with final PPI claims (BBC News)
- Google plans to move UK users' accounts outside EU jurisdiction (Reuters)
- Axminster Carpets falls into administration with loss of 80 jobs (The Guardian)
- EU Plans European Rival To Google With New Data And AI Proposals (Forbes)
- Brexit complicates EU budget plans (BBC News)
- Exclusive: Barclays installs Big Brother-style spyware on employees' computers (City AM)
- New £20 note enters circulation and will start appearing in ATMs and tills today (Sky News)
- Greencoat UK Wind to buy wind farm from SSE Renewables (Reuters)
- Qantas warns coronavirus impact of as much as $99m (BBC News)
- 90% of Google adverts for ISAs and bonds could be scams, search giant told (City AM)
That's all for today, check back tomorrow for your Friday briefing.