CA daily briefing: Tuesday 16 March
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
ICAS Lecturer, Nisha Sreedharan CA, discusses the recent trend of financial advice being given on social media channels in our latest blog post and whether people are being made aware of the risks.
Today's top stories from around the web
- FCA starts criminal action against NatWest (BBC News)
- BoE: ‘No interest’ in lowering capital requirements for insurers post-Brexit (City AM)
- Northern Ireland protocol is solution, not problem, says EU envoy to UK (Reuters)
- Nokia to cut up to 10,000 jobs in latest cash savings plan (Bloomberg)
- Yorkshire Building Society first to bring back 95% mortgages (The Guardian)
- Oil company on trial in $1.1bn corruption case given access to top EU officials to lobby for gas (The Independent)
- Net zero 'not enough' to combat climate change, Environment Agency warns (Sky News)
- Facebook to pay News Corp for content in Australia (BBC News)
- Sadiq Khan to unveil £544m plan to fund London's Covid recovery (City AM)
- UK wants positive China links but values come first, says foreign minister (Reuters)
- Doorstep lender warns customers surge in mis-selling claims will break firm (The Guardian)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Wednesday briefing.