Welcome to December’s issue of Capital Quarter – our newsletter for listed businesses and their advisors
In this edition of Capital Quarter, we take a closer look at the FRC’s Revised Ethical Standard, which was introduced in late 2019, bringing in revised and clarified rules for auditors and their ability to provide non-audit services to audit clients.
Nick Joel examines cryptocurrencies and asks, could the tide be turning on the cryptocurrency market?
Also take a look at Louise Fryer’s article on the social security agreements with EU countries being subject to new provisions after 31st December.
We hope you find this edition useful, and we are always keen to hear your comments and suggestions for future articles.
The FRC’s Revised Ethical Standard was introduced in late 2019. It introduced revised and clarified rules for auditors and their ability to provide non-audit services to audit clients. Find out how they affect you.
During the quarter to 30 September 2020, new and further issues across AIM and the Main market combined totalled £8.2bn, the majority of which occurred during September as markets started to see an improvement, following a slow July and August.
From 1 January 2021, social security agreements with EU countries will be subject to new provisions. If the employees of your listed business move within Europe there are a number of things you need to know.
Blockchain technology and Bitcoin have been with us for more than 10 years. Yet they are still viewed with caution in many quarters. But could the tide be turning for the cryptocurrency market? Here’s our industry update.