Begbies appointed liquidators of Crossfield Living & more…Keep up with what has been happening in our latest accountancy news round-up…
EY could gain a clear advantage over rivals by splitting its audit and advisory operations, according to Fiona Czerniawska, CEO of data and market researcher Source Global Research.
“It will be able to present itself as more forward-thinking and innovative than its peers and will have the opportunity to shape the post-separation rules of engagement,” she said.
Xeinadin Group, professional services group, has acquired Doncaster-headquartered Smith Craven, a specialist accountancy firm with offices in Doncaster, Sheffield, Worksop and Chesterfield.
Hale-based accountants Alexander Knight & Co has become the first accountancy firm in the UK to attain the prestigious ESGmark, which independently demonstrates its commitment to ESG principles.
Jason Greenhalgh and Paul Stanley of Begbies Traynor have been appointed as joint liquidators of Liverpool-based construction firm, Crossfield Living Limited, which has entered creditors’ voluntary liquidation.
Fintech firm blackfridge has launched a new stablecoin that is fully backed by the British pound (GBP), potentially opening the door to wider adoption of digital assets in the United Kingdom and its Crown Dependencies.