The CFO of SuperGroup, a retail chain, has resigned after he was declared bankrupt.
The chairman and chief executive at HSBC have said sorry for "unacceptable" practices at its Swiss private bank, which allegedly helped rich customers evade tax.
Thousands of small charities in England and Wales will no longer be required to get an annual audit after an income threshold increase.
A tax official who pleaded guilty to leaking details of the Gordon Brown government’s final budget to the Sun, has been spared prison.
Rory McIlroy, Sergio Aguero, Sir Steve Redgrave and other top sportsmen could face large tax bills after they invested in schemes that are being investigated by HMRC.
Apple's CFO Luca Maestri is the most admired CFO out of the 500 largest US companies
UK businesses and public-sector organisations are losing an estimated £98.6bn to fraud and mistakes every year, according to research from PKF Littlejohn and the Centre for Counter Fraud Studie
Alternative finance in the UK is set to continue its rapid growth by offering small business an alternative to bank lending, one of the City's best known fund managers said.