For the pay gap that exists to be diminished even further, there would need to be real cultural and structural changes required within companies
The incoming prime minister Theresa May wants to put employee and consumer representatives on company boards, but will it work?
The government is likely to take the opportunity to reform specific areas of VAT law which are currently problematic
Corporation tax cut is just the beginning of tense Brexit negotiations with the EU. They will undermine international efforts to harmonise tax law
For a younger financial professional aspiring to a future CFO or CEO role, experience in audit and risk could be a key career step
The Remain camp failed to frighten voters with the alleged awful consequences of leaving the EU. It is much too early to conclude that the pessimists have been right
Succumbing to the fear of the unknown will, in itself, kill businesses and the economy. Can CFOs help their business maintain focus?
The idea of CFO as crisis manager has never been more necessary than now.
David Brookes, tax partner at BDO, looks at the tax implications that leaving the EU has on UK businesses
Finance, as a function, continues to struggle to find its place, define its function, and become the dynamic enabler it should be