CA daily briefing: Tuesday 12 November 2019
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison here keeping you up to date with the latest developments from ICAS and around the globe with the inaugural CA daily briefing.
Spotlight on ICAS
ICAS is pleased to announce the launch of the ICAS member app. The app allows members to choose the topics they want to hear more about. Articles can be saved onto the app and viewed offline to help members when they come to fill out your CPD record. The daily CA Today email will become an app exclusive under the title of the CA daily briefing.
ICAS is adopting a new Revised and Restructured Code of Ethics with effect from 1 January 2020. It replaces the current version (applicable from 1 November 2017). Ann Buttery explains what's new in her latest article.
Angus McCrone examines how the demise of package tour giant Thomas Cook highlights changes throughout UK business over the last couple of decades.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Chancellor: There'll be changes to customs with EU (BBC News)
- UK unemployment stays at record low as jobs market shrugs off Brexit (City AM)
- Giant Aramco listing a critical test for young Saudi exchange (Reuters)
- Accountants 'losing clients' as contractors opt for PAYE to avoid IR35 pitfalls (Accountancy Age)
- Banking tech could lead to discrimination, says ex-regulator (The Guardian)
- Disney bets the House of Mouse on streaming (BBC News)
- Vodafone improves earnings guidance up to €15bn, but lowers dividend (City AM)
- British Steel to be sold to Chinese firm in deal that could save 4,000 jobs (The Guardian)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your essential Wednesday briefing.