On 19 July the Association of International Accountants (AIA), were delighted to participate in the North East of England Chamber of Commerce ‘Inspiring Females’ Conference. Now in its sixth year, the conference aims to inspire and connect women in business across the North East of England and beyond, as part of a wider Inspiring Females programme of events.
A landmark VAT fraud case has been won by HM Revenue and Customs, protecting as much as £260m of taxpayers’ money.
In a speech following the G-7 Finance Ministers meeting in Dresden, US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew urged institutions—such as the International Monetary Fund, European Commission, and European Central Bank—to act, saying “there need to be some policy decisions implemented in Greece.”
China's central bank is likely to remove the ceiling on bank deposit rates soon, instead of raising the cap again, Sheng Songcheng, head of the statistics department at the People's Bank of China, was quoted on Thursday as saying.
The level of electronic voting used at shareholders’ meetings in Taiwan this year has been much higher than before due to the development of the STOCKVOTE APP launched by the Taiwan Depository and Clearing Corporation and the institution's year-long efforts to promote the e-voting platform.
Help to Buy, the government’s flagship housing scheme, has helped almost 100,000 people buy a new home since it was introduced according to the latest figures.