EU Reporter | #Brexit – What will happen post UK general election?

By |January 7th, 2020|

The UK’s election is over; the Conservatives have their largest majority for over thirty years. In the end, it was simple for Johnson, as straightforward as the opinion polls had suggested it would be throughout the campaign. Partly because of the clarity and relentlessness of his messaging (the slogan ‘Get [...]

The New European | Two thirds of my staff are EU nationals. This is what i’m worried about.

By |January 6th, 2020|

For me, Brexit is not just something which I wish hadn't happened. It's deeper than that - it will affect almost every aspect of my working life and is likely to have a profound impact on our national culture. To clarify, this is not the beginning of an article bemoaning [...]

Industry Europe | Quick Fixes To The Four EU VAT Quick Fixes

By |December 12th, 2019|

Associate Director Rob Janering discusses the EU four 'Quick Fixes' for VAT with Industry Europe. Business and industry are in a continued state of flux as Brexit rolls forward, uncertainty following each extension. Whilst it is out of the hands of business to determine what happens with regards the Brexit [...]

Accountancy Age | Transaction mapping: Understanding transaction flows from a VAT perspective

By |December 10th, 2019|

Businesses involved in the movement of goods often have complex supply chains involving multiple parties. As a result, navigating successful VAT compliance and meeting customs requirements can be a tricky business. For organisations operating cross border or considering scaling up operations, there is a lot to consider. The following article will provide [...]

Bloomberg Tax | U.K. Tax Plans For the Many From the Few

By |December 5th, 2019|

Chairman Nick Hallam comments on the UK general election and the future of tax.The UK general election will be held on December 12, 2019. Nick Hallam, of Accordance, takes a look at each political party’s respective tax policies, and what the implications will be in practice. Since the financial crash [...]

European Business Review | Changing the face of finance and professional services

By |December 2nd, 2019|

Stereotyping is not inherently bad, but it is undoubtedly restricting. Most especially in the industry of finance and professional service where such limitations can be detrimental to one’s career. In this article, the author highlights the importance of shifting from a perspective of general categorisation to embracing – as well [...]

The European Business Review | Banishing Self-Doubt to Promote Female Success

By |October 3rd, 2019|

Women are still less likely to reach the top levels of management – only 9% of the financial and professional services companies have female managing directors. While most of the international firms strive to have a better gender-balanced corporate culture, gender inequality still persists and because of it, women are [...]

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