For a company considering listing for the first time, an AIM placement may seen like an obvious choice given its simplified regulatory environment specifically trilored for small and emerging companies. More
More than tax returns
The government has introduced a number of measures over the past few years to improve compliance and behaviour by UK businesses in relation to taxation. More
Shreholder activism has become more prominent in the UK quoted sector over the last few years. More
Lost in translation
Foreign currency translation movements have a significant impact on financial statements and represent a complex area of accounting. More
Profit Forecast Pitfalls
Many businesses provide public comments about their future performance. However, when are such statements caught by Financial Conduct Authority rules on profit forecasts? And how should profit forecasts be prepared? More
Despite the continued woldwide uncertainty, the UK capital markets continue to show resilience and the ability to attract new investor capital. But will that continue into the future? More
Clarity on KAMs
Audit reports for listed companies have changed recently, following new rules introduced by the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB). More
How to reward your staff - without paying the penalty
If approached incorrectly, awarding shares to staff in your business can be extremely expensive for both you and your employees. More
The new revenue standard, IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers, is now in force. But what does it mean for your business? More
The government has introduced a number of measures over the past few years to improve compliance and behaviour by UK businesses in relation to taxation. Chris Riley looks at three such initiatives.
Shareholder activism in has become more prominent in the UK quoted sector over the last few years. But what does it mean for listed businesses? Adam Humphreys examines the evidence.
What is an activist investor?