CA daily briefing: Wednesday 3 June
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
Sasha Raichand CA takes over from Graham Russell CA as Chair of the body supporting ICAS Members in North America.
As we enter a third month of lockdown measures in Scotland further guidance has been released for employers on planning a safe return to work.
There is no doubt that the accountancy profession was undergoing a digital transformation, with new technologies challenging its future, even before the current pandemic. Kate Neilson looks at how businesses can rethink the corporate office environment.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Nissan: UK factory still under threat from no-deal Brexit (BBC News)
- Tui and Boeing agree 737 Max grounding compensation (City AM)
- World stocks jump to 3-month high as recovery hopes outweigh looming risks (Reuters)
- Coronavirus: Government-backed loans to support virus-hit businesses top £31bn (Sky News)
- Coronavirus impact to push Carnival and easyJet out of FTSE 100 (The Guardian)
- UK consumers pay off record £7.4bn in credit card and loan debt during lockdown (The Independent)
- Google in $5bn lawsuit for tracking in 'private' mode (BBC News)
- Insurer AXA plans to halve proposed dividend payout (Reuters)
- Mini-Budget scheduled for early July (Accounting Web)
That's all for now. Check back tomorrow for your Thursday briefing.