Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest accountancy news round-up…
30 of the world’s largest investors managing assets worth over $9trn including Legal & General Investment Management and Fidelity International, have pledged to achieve net zero carbon emissions across their investment portfolios by 2050.
The Financial Reporting Council have said that hey will give priority to sectors such as travel, hospitality and leisure, retail, propertyand financial services when selecting audits to review for its 2021/22 programme.
The head of Apas Ralf Bose, a German audit watchdog is facing an investigation after admitting he bought and sold shares in Wirecard while his firm was already under investigation.
One of the UK’s leading accountancy firms, BDO, have refused to pay back £4.5m it received from taxpayers as furlough money despite paying its partners a total of £137m.
EY has launched a free Brexit App to help businesses or various size access relevant and insight content from multiple source all on the app to help transition into Brexit with or without a UK-EU trade deal.