By Mike McKeon Trade was a key issue in the referendum and it grabbed many headlines. The more reflective commentators ICAS has spoken to have proposed a number of alternatives within the multiplicity of “hard” and “soft” Brexit options.
By Alec Mackenzie From accountancy to design, Clare Campbell CA has her sights set on taking Scotland’s iconic textile to the top. If you ever needed proof that CAs aren’t all cut from the same cloth Clare Campbell, founder of … Continue reading
By Natalie Jackson As Morgan Stanley raises USD$125m from its first global impact fund, Natalie Jackson CA takes a closer look at the benefits of impact investing. Impact investing is the investment into companies, organisations and funds that purposefully deliver … Continue reading
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By Matt McGeehan There is a common misconception that operating sustainably increases cost. But M&S has proved that being green needn’t cost the earth and can actually reduce costs. In 2006, the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change … Continue reading
By Mike McKeon We are indebted to Louisa Knox at our legal friends Shepperd and Wedderburn (S&W) for enlightening us on the legal issues around Brexit at a recent ICAS Brexit Advisory Meeting.
By Anne Adrain In the second of a series of three articles on the use of audit data analytics (ADA), I summarise five opportunities that might emerge for the audit profession.