Welcome to this ICAEW Insights podcast, where we analyse the latest news from the world of accountancy, business and finance.
On the show, ICAEW’s financial services director Philippa Kelly joins host Tom Herbert to assess the potential for regulating ‘greenwashing’ and ask whether 2022 will be another year of calculating EBITDAC for the nation’s businesses.
ICAEW Tax Faculty’s Lindsey Wicks puts the government’s Tax Administration and Maintenance day under the microscope and outlines the next milestone in the government’s phased timetable for border controls with the EU.
And joining the podcast to outline the challenges posed to local audit by the pandemic and the steps auditors are taking to overcome them is Ann-Marie Harkin from Audit Wales and Oliver Simms from ICAEW’s public sector team.
Links to resources discussed in the show:
- Tax administration and maintenance day: a Budget without a speech.
- Get ready for full customs declarations for EU imports and exports.
- Brexit: Determine where your goods originate.
- ICAEW: government has not recognised urgency of local audit crisis.
- Local authority audit hits breaking point as 91% miss deadline.
- Audit Wales homepage.
Tom Herbert, online editor ICAEW Insights, We Are Sunday
- Philippa Kelly, Director, Financial Services at ICAEW.
- Lindsey Wicks, Technical Editor, ICAEW Tax Faculty.
- Ann-Marie Harkin, Executive Director for Audit Services, Audit Wales.
- Oliver Simms, Manager, Public Sector Audit and Assurance at ICAEW.
Episode first published: 16 December 2021
Episode recorded: 13 and 14 December 2021