Keep up with what’s been happening this week in our finance and accountancy news round-up…
UK bosses were markedly more pessimistic about the economy in May than a month earlier, a new survey has shown, ending a trend of rising confidence levels since the start of the year.
William Hill’s decision to close 700 shops could be the beginning of a wave of High Street betting shop closures, an analyst has warned.
Grant Thornton has confirmed the acquisition of its wealth advisory business by 1825, Standard Life’s wholly owned financial planning and advice business.
Deloitte has been fined £4.2m by the accounting watchdog and severely reprimanded for its audit of Serco’s Georgrafix division during the outsourcing firm’s electronic tagging scandal.
The Big Four firm has teamed up with British Athletics to help the Olympic and Paralympic games governing body to improve performance.