Sage snaps up carbon accounting platform & more…Keep up with what has been happening  in our latest accountancy news round-up…

PwC and Queen Mary University of London celebrate the successes of the Flying Start programmes

Senior partners from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) visited Queen Mary University of London on Wednesday 12 October, meeting students enrolled on Queen Mary’s Flying Start programmes and senior leadership from the University, as well as touring the Mile End campus.

Accountancy giant PKF Francis Clark to move 100 staff to Royal William Yard

The South West’s largest independent firm of chartered accountants and business advisers PKF Francis Clark is relocating its Plymouth operations to a flagship office in the Royal William Yard. The move to the Grade I listed Melville building is due to take place early in 2023 and is set to transform how, as well as where, the team of more than 100 people will work.

Sage snaps up carbon accounting platform

Technology giant Sage has completed the acquisition of a carbon accounting platform which helps businesses understand and reduce their environmental impact.

UK economy shrinks 0.3% in Q3

The UK economy unexpectedly shrank in August according to data by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), caused by a sharp decline in manufacturing work. The data showed that the UK is edging closer to a recession, which the Bank of England predicted would happen by the end of the year.

Bristol accountancy practice Corrigan moves to new office

Bristol accountancy practice Corrigan has moved across the city centre into a new office. The independent firm has swapped its previous home in Lower Park Row for a new base on the bottom floor of 25 King Street.

EY announces the acquisition with Frank Hirth Plc
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