As the recession bites and business leaders get their bearings, it’s tempting to put values aside and seek short cuts to recovery. Writer and governance specialist Anthony Smith-Meyer recommends that ethics remain a driving force, not just for the good of society but also for economic survival and long-term growth.
How Chartered Accountants Worldwide’s member institutes helped Governments to navigate the Coronavirus crisis.
As the world starts to navigate a recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, Chartered Accountants Worldwide member institutes have spent recent months providing support, resources and advocacy to members, business and Governments.
Hayley Pannick CA, Director of Development at Imperial Health Charity, tells Laurence Eastham how charities have helped hospitals navigate the Covid-19 pandemic and why public goodwill for the NHS can be channelled into action.
This article first appeared in the July/August issue of CA magazine: https://www.camagazine.co.uk/july2020#!cover How does an ‘outsider’ contribute to thoughtful succession planning for a family business with generations of experience? Nick Scott asks Gordon & MacPhail’s Finance Director Norman Ross CA A decade ago, at a launch party in Edinburgh Castle, […]
This article first appeared in the July/August issue of CA magazine: https://www.camagazine.co.uk/july2020#!cover The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust is empowering young people across the globe to bring about social change. Its COO, Chris Kelly CA, explains its aims and the values that have informed his journey to Kitty Finsta. Respect. Responsiveness. Integrity. […]
Fires. Pandemics. Ransomware. These are just three examples of unexpected events that may hit a business at any time. No firm big or small, listed or unlisted, is immune to unexpected events; of note is the current Covid-19 pandemic that was first recorded in Wuhan, China, that has since gone on to affect the global economy.