The EU has introduced the GDPR to update and harmonise data protection practices across the EU. It will apply to all EEA countries and any individual or organisations trading with them. As it comes into force on 25 May 2018 (before the UK leaves the EU), UK individuals and organisations must ensure compliance with the… Read More GDPR: Your questions answered
The Faculty has published its latest thought leadership report: Growth, development and accounting: seeing the bigger picture. This report examines the role of accounting in promoting economic growth and development. We consider the ways in which it does so by contributing to: the quality of management decisions, the volume and quality of investment, and the… Read More Growth, development and accounting: seeing the bigger picture
ICAEW is holding a virtual conference on 15 May 2018, supporting finance professionals on a journey that addresses the impact of digital disruption on the profession.
Details on the potential of blockchain, its implications for auditors, how the accountancy profession can lead and what skills are necessary for the future.
Technology is driving many changes in how we all live, work and interact and it is critical that the audit profession keeps pace with this change and is proactive in understanding how new technology trends can transform the audit approach. The Audit and Assurance Faculty explores ways we can maximise the opportunities presented by these… Read More The Future of Audit: Technology
Making Tax Digital (MTD) will fundamentally change the administration of the UK tax system. On 13 July 2017 the government announced a new timetable and changes to the implementation, which mean that MTD will not take effect until April 2019 and will only be mandatory at that time for businesses over the VAT threshold.