PCRT sets out the principles and standards of behaviour that all members, affiliates and students must follow in their tax work. The latest version came into effect on 1 March 2017 and has now been republished in a new digital format designed to make it easier to navigate than the existing paper version. First published… Read More Professional conduct in relation to taxation (PCRT)
As of April 2018, some 250 organisations from around the world have expressed support for the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) published in 2017. Given the current momentum behind the TCFD recommendations, ICAEW, in association with The Carbon Trust, have published this practical guidance for organisations wanting to learn more about… Read More A practical guide to the TCFD’s recommendations
Business plays a vital role in building a world of strong economies, but perceptions of excessive pay are undermining its ability to do this. When executive pay is seen as excessive it attracts overwhelming attention as a blatant symbol of unfairness, and the anger which follows overshadows all other business problems and achievements. ICAEW believes… Read More How to end excessive pay
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.