CA daily briefing: Wednesday 31 March
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
ICAS is proud to become a signatory of the Charter for Black Talent in Finance and the Professions. The Charter requires organisations to apply the same standard business techniques to the growth of Black talent as they would apply to projects for revenue growth.
Today's top stories from around the web
- How Brexit changed clothes, flowers, sausages and cars (BBC News)
- UK GDP bounces back after unprecedented pandemic beating (City AM)
- Most companies silent as pressure mounts for workforce data (Reuters)
- COVID-19: Lloyd's of London bleeds red after paying £6.2bn in coronavirus claims (Sky News)
- Infrastructure projects should use more UK steel, says trade body (The Guardian)
- IASB plans to improve disclosure notes in financial statements (Accountancy Daily)
- Climate change needs 'immediate' action or the world could face economic damage of $1.7trn a year by 2025, experts warn (Sky News)
- Brexit: UK 'risks falling behind' EU on workers’ rights (BBC News)
- City watchdog to consult on changing listing rules for SPACs (City AM)
- UK employers turn much more confident about hiring - REC (Reuters)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Thursday briefing.