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17/02/2017
by GAA Accounting
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Charting a course through choppy waters

By Fiona Reddan Stephen Haddrill, Chief Executive of the Financial Reporting Council, talks to Fiona Reddan about the challenge of Brexit, his commitment to high-quality regulation and the need to rethink the role of audit. Brexit is in the air. … Continue reading

17/02/2017
by GAA Accounting
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Brexit negotiations

By Brian Keegan Ireland needs time to identify its Brexit related difficulties and opportunities. In March, however, the clock will start ticking. The wishful thinking that has surrounded the Brexit debate has blurred the distinctions between what is desirable, possible … Continue reading

01/12/2016
by GAA Accounting
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Getting to grips with customs duties

By Eoin O’Shea Eoin O’Shea outlines the key issues businesses must now consider if they are to capitalise on a hard Brexit, if and when it arises. On 13 October 2016, the President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, spoke on … Continue reading

14/10/2016
by GAA Accounting
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Brexit: 100 days on…

Business leaders should start to consider risks and disruptive effects on a ‘hope for the best, plan for the worst’ basis, writes Cormac Hughes. It is 100 days since the shock 23 June vote for Brexit. What is clear is … Continue reading

14/10/2016
by GAA Accounting
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It’s the economy, stupid

By Steve Lewis If recent election and referendum results are anything to go by, then voters are increasingly fed up with the political establishment. And it is forcing an economic rethink. The era of the angry voter is here, and anti-establishment … Continue reading

12/10/2016
by GAA Accounting
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Little Britain’s big gamble

By James Kelly In the aftermath of the British referendum result to leave the EU, global stock markets shuddered as shocked Brits, and many others, scratched their heads wondering “now what?” James Kelly asks accounting firms in Hong Kong how … Continue reading