Keep up to date with what’s been going on this week in our accountancy and finance news round-up…
Ford’s engine plant in Bridgend is set to close in autumn 2020, with the loss of 1,700 jobs.
The City regulator has accused UK banks of causing “significant harm” to their most vulnerable customers as it pushes ahead with a ban on excessive overdraft fees.
PwC has committed to an additional £30m annual spend to boost training, employee numbers and technology in a bid to improve its audit process.
Standard Life Aberdeen’s national advice firm, 1825, has approached Grant Thornton to buy its advice arm for £30 million, according to Sky News.
The Labour Party is considering the findings of “Land for the Many”, a report commissioned by party leadership on land ownership and governance in the UK.