An accountancy firm that audited a business where one of its principals was a director has been fined and “severely reprimanded” by the ICAEW.

A group of audit experts has warned that branding some companies as “zombies” was unfair and unhelpful

The ICAEW and the Law Society have locked horns over the right of accountants to be licenced for probate work.


H4L has recently published an article on Equity.

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has fined the former boss of failed Christmas savings company Farepak £65,000


A senior finance officer of a limited company was excluded from the ICAEW after being jailed for two counts of fraud.

The ICAEW’s Corporate Finance Faculty has appointed Giles Derry, a partner at

A round-up of significant executive moves, announcements and other developments from the world of practice during May 2013.

The ICAEW made a £1.2m loss in a "challenging" 2012, despite growth in membership, according to the institute’s latest 


Thousands of pounds are up for grabs for innovative entrepreneurs with the return of one of the UK’s longest running small business competitions: The Pitch.