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- More SMEs believe technology is a threat than opportunity
More than a third of UK SMEs (34%) believe that technological disruption poses a threat to their business, according to research from Albion Capital. By contrast, the findings from the Albion Growth Report 2017 reveal that just one in five SMEs (22%) believe technology will create opportunities for their business. SMEs are prioritising investment in […]
- Recovery Plans: TPR may alter regime, but not just yet – Comment from Sackers
In response to a line in the Autumn Statement document indicating that the Pensions Regulator would be given new instructions to take account of affordability issues, Sackers’ partner Zoe Lynch says: “At present TPR’s statutory objectives have had quite a narrow focus – to protect the Pension Protection Fund and to safeguard member security, as […]
- Autumn Statement: Supply chain help a positive signal to manufacturers – Comment from Durham University Business School
In response to a line in the Autumn statement indicating that the Government will provide £120 million to the Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative, Dr Christos Tsinopoulos, Senior Lecturer in Operations & Project Management at Durham University Business School says: “Initiatives that are aimed at supporting the UK’s supply chain are always welcome. The devil […]
- Autumn statement a mixed bag for small businesses
George Osborne indicated in today’s Autumn statement that it was his intention to support small business. Simon Massey, Tax Partner at Menzies LLP, has made the following observations on his success on that point: Reducing pension contribution tax relief from £50K to £40K is another blow to business owners George Osborne indicated that 99% of […]
- Durham University Business School professor appointed to Banking Standards Commission
Professor Richard Harris, Head of Economics, Finance and Accounting at Durham University Business School, has been appointed as specialist adviser to the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards. The Commission was launched in July 2012 in the wake of the LIBOR-fixing scandal. It has been tasked with reporting on the professional standards and culture of the […]