CA daily briefing: Wednesday 27 November 2019
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft here to give you a mid-week update on the latest news from ICAS and around the globe.
Spotlight on ICAS
Jonathan Mills CA represented ICAS at the Mad World Summit on 9 October, a day of talks and interactive workshops about mental health in the workplace, with delegates from a wide range of companies including HSBC, BP, GSK, the Financial Times and Headspace.
Liz Duffy and Christine Scott review the change in approach of The Pensions Regulator to workplace pension regulation.
Today's top stories from around the web
- UK 'has particularly extreme form of capitalism' (BBC News)
- Britvic profit loses its fizz as France law hurts sales (City AM)
- Not much potential to unleash in London's FTSE - Reuters poll (Reuters)
- Ikea steps up drive to become carbon neutral with extra €200m (The Guardian)
- Car production 'could plummet in no-deal Brexit' (BBC News)
- Trade and Brexit deals could push European stocks to record highs - Reuters poll (Reuters
- Jeremy Corbyn forced to admit lower earners will be hit by Labour tax increases (City AM)
- Mini-bond marketing to ordinary savers to be banned after string of scandals (The Independent)
- Ola: Ride-sharing firm to launch in London 'within weeks' (BBC News)
- Childcare provider wins at tribunal over £230k VAT dispute (Accountancy Daily)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Thursday briefing.