Changes to the immigration rules were announced by the Home Office on 3 November 2016. What are the main changes that may affect you or your employees?
Statement from Mazars regarding the publication of 'Learning, candour and accountability: A review of the way NHS trusts review and investigate the deaths of patients in England.'
Mazars welcomes the publication of the new International Standard in bribery risk management – ISO37001.
At the London Anti-Corruption Summit in May this year David Cameron referred to the “cancer of corruption” as a major inhibitor to global prosperity. Sir Eric Pickles, the UK Anti-Corruption Czar, echoed those views calling corruption “The greatest enemy of progress in our time”.
Mazars is delighted to support Transparency International’s latest publication on incentives and corruption risk, Incentivising ethics: managing incentives to encourage good and deter bad behaviour.
We’re pleased to announce that Mazars partners David Dearman, James Gilbey and Stephen Lewis have been included in the 2016 edition of ‘Who’s Who Legal – Consulting Experts’, among other leading professionals across the globe specialising in economic, forensic and litigation consulting and transactional services.
National Family Business Day is an annual campaign created by Family Business United to champion and celebrate the diversity, strength and contribution that family businesses make to the UK economy and beyond. Mazars want to recognise this and congratulate our family business clients on being successful entrepreneurial businesses who we are proud to work with.
Mazars is delighted to have worked with Shift, the leading centre of expertise on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, to develop the United Nations Guiding Principles (UNGP) Reporting Framework: Assurance of Human Rights Performance and Reporting.
On 6 September, Mazars and the Academy of Business in Society (ABIS) hosted a roundtable discussion on ‘the future role of boards in sustainable corporate value creation’.
National Payroll Week recognises and celebrates not only the impact of payroll on business, but also the contribution that payroll makes to the UK economy. Especially as taxable income accounts for nearly half of all taxable revenues through the £533bn total tax revenue paid to the government, with £169bn collected through income tax and £113bn through national insurance contributions.
This article considers some of the possible tax implications of Brexit for multinationals. It is important that businesses start to identify and assess the tax impact of Brexit and identify what might be the possible solutions and opportunities.