In her last article before handing over the reins to her successor, LSCA President Helen Brennan reflects on the achievement of bringing London ICAEW members together “in interesting times”
London Accountant Opinion
Opinion from the London Accountant magazine, the official publication of the London and Croydon Societies of Chartered Accountants.
Jagdeep Chaggar, London member of ICAEW Council, sets out the ingredients he believes will allow companies and auditors to provide more timely assurances for financial reports.
CABA, the chartered accountants charity, helps Londoners start the day with five top tips to get ahead.
Stepping down as President of ICAEW Chartered Accountants Croydon, Andrew McKenzie-Smart highlights the professional and personal changes he has seen over the past four years and how this has affected the bottom line, if not the waist line!
North London area society chair Paul Weber offers practical advice for insolvency practitioners faced with the new 8% interest charge on members’ voluntary liquidation (MVL) tax payments
Lord Mayor Peter Estlin FCA sets out why it is important that London and other financial centres around the UK must build closer economic ties.
ICAEW is well placed to act as a safe space to allow auditors the chance to provide the volume and quality of evidence, without fear of repercussion, that is necessary to inform the current debate and keep cool heads, argues LSCA President Helen Brennan.
LinkedIn can be a powerful tool when it comes to your career, using it correctly can teach you more about your chosen field, help you make new industry connections and even boost your career search, says CABA’s Laura Little.
Following last month’s article by Richard Joseph on the personal benefits of volunteering, SELAS chair Vicky Andrew looks at striking the balance between volunteering and working for free.
Whatever happens in these uncertain times, chartered accountants can lead the way as open, honest and trusted advisers, argues LSCA President Helen Brennan.