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   ICAEW Technical Strategy updates
O ur Editor Martyn Best was recently elected to the Business Law Committee of the ICAEW, and as
such he will be providing updates on the wide and diverse work that the Institute performs on our behalf, but which perhaps does not receive as much recognition as it should.
These matters cover reviews by the following influential groups:
• Business Law Committee
• Charity Committee
• Company Law Panel
• Economic Crime Sub-Committee • Insolvency Committee
• Pensions Sub-Committee
• Social Housing Sub-Committee
June has seen a vast amount of technical work featured on ICAEW’s dedicated Coronavirus hub, Global Recovery hub and Going Concern hub pages. Since March the Coronavirus hub has seen nearly 1.5 million
unique page views demonstrating the need for trusted guidance and advice in these trying times. Looking beyond the current crisis the global recovery hub launched in May and has been examining the role of government, technology and the profession. A variety of perspectives have been featured as well as international case studies from members around the globe. The going concern hub covers topics like how to get cash into business and how to audit going concern.
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  Guidance & webinars on Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) – V1 & V2
 Tax Faculty
  June 2020
Key information and support on the CJRS, including how much can be claimed and how to apply.
  Introduction to law on dividends
  Business Law Team
  June 2020
  This guide provides an overview of the various laws that directors should be aware of before making dividend payments
  PCRT Helpsheet C 2: Dealing with errors – Members in business
 Tax Faculty & Ethics Team
 June 2020
 This helpsheet explains how members in business should deal with tax errors
   Employee engagement during COVID-19
 Corporate Governance
  June 2020
This guide outlines why appointing an employee director and directors’ use of social media have particular relevance during COVID-19. These suggestions can no longer be described as radical. Companies have made much more significant changes as a result of COVID-19.
  COVID-19 and going concern – Guidance for directors of SME businesses
 Financial Reporting Faculty
 June 2020
 This guide explains why going concern is important for the accounts and how to make the assessment
 Coronavirus considerations for auditors
 Audit and Assurance Faculty
 June 2020
 A recording of a recent webinar looking at the challenges faced by auditors due to the spread of coronavirus: attendance at client sites, stocktakes, valuations, group audits and reporting dates.
 Working from home – a shock to the system
 Tech Faculty
 June 2020
 An article from David Norris, Director of Mercia and ICAEW South West President. One of a series of articles on the Tech News Blog sharing personal experiences, insights and advice to members.
 Guidance for preparers of prospective financial information
  Corporate Finance Faculty
  June 2020
  The Corporate Finance Faculty’s latest technical release on how to prepare forward-looking financial information.
   OneCoin: could regulators have done more?
 Financial Service Faculty
  June 2020
In this exclusive analysis, writer and broadcaster Jamie Bartlett considers whether the OneCoin crypto- currency scam that raised billions in funds around the world could and should have been prevented. The writer’s views are his own.
  Why collaboration with suppliers matters
 Business and Management Faculty
 June 2020
 In this video, Nick Wildgoose, Director Procurement Advantage Limited, shares some of his supply chain expertise with Rick Payne of the Business and Management Faculty.
 Build back better: what does a green and fair recovery look like
  Sustainability team
  June 2020
   COVID-19 has given us the opportunity to build back better, and for the profession to participate in a green and fair recovery. Hear different perspectives on the role for the accountancy profession

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