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WTO chief: 'Months' needed to fix disputes body

The system for resolving world trade disputes grinds to a halt after the US blocks any new WTO judges....
[11th December 2019 BBC Business News ]
 
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CASS Working Party & Message from FCA

The ICAEW Financial Service Faculty’s CASS working party focuses on the challenges that the sector (both regulated firms and their auditors) faces. Part of the working party’s role is to maintain the regulatory conversation with the FCA. It is in this capacity that we would like to pass on a message from the FCA ...
[11th December 2019 ICAEW Finance ]
 
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Going concern for 2019 year end: considerations for asset management

ICAEW’s Investment Management Committee shares the following potential considerations which may help inform a professional judgement when making, auditing or otherwise reviewing a going concern assessment as part of 2019 year end reporting. ...
[11th December 2019 ICAEW Finance ]
 
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UPDATE 2-Brazil's XP valued at .9 bln as it prices Nasdaq listing -sources

Brazilian financial services platform XP Inc has priced its Nasdaq listing at per class A share, the largest IPO of a Brazilian company this year, and raised .25 billion, sources with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday. ...
[11th December 2019 Reuters - Financial Services ]
 
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Most-viewed mansions of 2019 revealed

Castles and mirrored ceilings attracted clicks among window shoppers on a property website....
[11th December 2019 BBC Business News ]
 
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USMCA: Agreement reached on Nafta trade deal replacement

Democrats in Congress agree to approve the new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)....
[11th December 2019 BBC Business News ]
 
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RPT-Indonesia e-commerce execs say new rules may choke booming online growth

Indonesian e-commerce industry executives have criticised new regulations requiring online vendors to obtain government permits, saying the mandatory procedures would sharply increase costs and stifle the country's booming e-commerce market. ...
[11th December 2019 Reuters - Financial Services ]
 
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The restoration economy - new income for farmers and landowners

When it comes to biodiversity, the UK is one of the most impoverished places on Earth. To restore it, we need to find new financial models for the countryside. ...
[11th December 2019 ICAEW Farming ]
 
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Maurice Saatchi quits advertising firm he co-founded

M&C Saatchi shares have collapsed this year from a high of about £4 each to 103 pence....
[11th December 2019 BBC Business News ]
 
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Hudson's Bay investor says will vote against take-private deal

Hudson's Bay Co investor Ortelius Advisors LP said it will vote against the Saks Fifth Avenue owner's C.9 billion (.4 billion) take-private deal because of what the hedge fund views as lapses in the sales process. ...
[11th December 2019 Reuters - Financial Services ]
 
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Trust registrations: the nightmare continues

We are all used to registering trusts with HMRC for self-assessment and many of you will have struggled during the start of 2018....
[11th December 2019 ICAEW Farming ]
 
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'I won't sleep for over 24 hours on election night'

Many currency traders will be working through the night on 12 December....
[11th December 2019 BBC Business News ]
 
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Accounting for change with the libor transition

With the London interbank offered rate being replaced with the sterling overnight index average (or, SONIA), John Mongelard looks at the impact of the Libor transition on hedge accounting...
[11th December 2019 ICAEW Finance ]
 
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Can governments ever run out of money?

In the UK and US, political parties are promising spending splurges. Is more borrowing sensible?...
[11th December 2019 BBC Business News ]
 
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Events and training for the farming and rural business sector

Check this page regularly for more information about our range of events and webinars....
[11th December 2019 ICAEW Farming ]
 
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Read moreGoing concern for 2019 year end: considerations for asset management

ICAEW’s Investment Management Committee shares the following potential considerations which may help inform a professional judgement when making, auditing or otherwise reviewing a going concern assessment as part of 2019 year end reporting.
11th December 2019 ICAEW Finance

Read moreWTO chief: 'Months' needed to fix disputes body

The system for resolving world trade disputes grinds to a halt after the US blocks any new WTO judges.
11th December 2019 BBC Business News

Read moreMaurice Saatchi quits advertising firm he co-founded

M&C Saatchi shares have collapsed this year from a high of about £4 each to 103 pence.
11th December 2019 BBC Business News

Read moreUSMCA: Agreement reached on Nafta trade deal replacement

Democrats in Congress agree to approve the new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
11th December 2019 BBC Business News

Read moreMost-viewed mansions of 2019 revealed

Castles and mirrored ceilings attracted clicks among window shoppers on a property website.
11th December 2019 BBC Business News

Read more'I won't sleep for over 24 hours on election night'

Many currency traders will be working through the night on 12 December.
11th December 2019 BBC Business News

Read moreCan governments ever run out of money?

In the UK and US, political parties are promising spending splurges. Is more borrowing sensible?
11th December 2019 BBC Business News

Read moreUPDATE 2-Brazil's XP valued at .9 bln as it prices Nasdaq listing -sources

Brazilian financial services
platform XP Inc has priced its Nasdaq listing at per
class A share, the largest IPO of a Brazilian company this year,
and raised .25 billion, sources with knowledge of the matter
said on Tuesday.


11th December 2019 Reuters - Financial Services

Read moreHudson's Bay investor says will vote against take-private deal

Hudson's Bay Co
investor Ortelius Advisors LP said it will vote against the Saks
Fifth Avenue owner's C.9 billion (.4 billion) take-private
deal because of what the hedge fund views as lapses in the sales
process.


11th December 2019 Reuters - Financial Services

Read moreRPT-Indonesia e-commerce execs say new rules may choke booming online growth

Indonesian e-commerce industry
executives have criticised new regulations requiring online
vendors to obtain government permits, saying the mandatory
procedures would sharply increase costs and stifle the country's
booming e-commerce market.


11th December 2019 Reuters - Financial Services