PwC partners to earn £1m each as firm sets new pay records & more…Keep up with what has been happening  in our latest accountancy news round-up…

Locking Russia out of UK accountancy services

UK foreign secretary, Liz Truss, recently announced a ban on providing accountancy services to Russian businesses. As the sector awaits further details and a timetable for implementing these latest sanctions, Michelle Giddings, ICAEW’s Head of AML, outlines the likely implications and what firms can start doing to prepare.


Accountancy giant Deloitte is to take 43,000 sq ft of space on a 10-year lease at 100 Embankment, in Salford. The firm has agreed heads of terms for the office, which is located above Salford’s Greengate Square beside Manchester’s historic Medieval Quarter.


Accountancy firm targets growth with reward finance funding

An accountancy and business support firm is targeting growth supported by funding from Reward Finance Group. The £140,000 cash injection will enable Eyre & Co Accountants, which has offices in Sheffield and Doncaster, to simplify its ownership structure and push ahead with planned expansion.


An accountancy group has acquired a rival with bases across the Midlands and North West. Dains has bought out Barringtons which has offices across Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire.


Partners at PwC will receive an average of more than £1m in pay for the latest financial year, a record for the “big four” accountancy firm.


Partners at PwC will receive an average of more than £1m in pay for the latest financial year, a record for the “big four” accountancy firm.

EY announces the acquisition with Frank Hirth Plc

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