Employment Tribunal claims risks in the era of Coronavirus

19.10.20 / Insight posted in Articles

The Coronavirus job retention scheme (CJRS) is coming to an end on 31 October 2020. Government support for wage costs is already tapering down and there is no evidence at this time that the government intends to extend the CJRS. Indeed, the government is currently seeking to persuade employers to bring employees back into the…

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Webinar recording: trading in a post-Brexit world

16.10.20 / Insight posted in

While the relentless focus has been on survival during the pandemic, businesses continue to face further Brexit uncertainty. Negotiations continue behind the scenes and the clock ticks down to the 31 December deadline. In this webinar we discuss the key Brexit issues and the practical steps that businesses should take in readiness for the new…

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UK companies increasingly attract hungry Indian investors

15.10.20 / Insight posted in Articles

UK companies are attracting Indian investors with a growing appetite for British assets. Moore Kingston Smith’s inbound enquiries from Indian investors are up 25% year-on-year since 2018. UK companies are attracting Indian investors with a growing appetite for British assets. Moore Kingston Smith’s inbound enquiries from Indian investors are up 25% year-on-year since 2018. The…

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Do you know the three biggest cyber security risks facing your tech company?

15.10.20 / Insight posted in Articles

Complacency does not avert a cyber attack The government’s Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2020 indicates that cyber attacks have evolved and become more frequent. Almost half of businesses (46%) reported breaches or attacks in the 12 months before the survey, with 32% of affected businesses claiming at least one incident per week. On the last…

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Webinar recording: building a sustainable future through fundraising

14.10.20 / Insight posted in Articles, Webinars

In our latest webinar, Charles Mesquita of Quilter Cheviot chairs a thought-provoking panel and is joined by Anita Bhalla, Chair of Trustees of the Birmingham Town Hall and Symphony Hall, Robin Thomas, Chief Executive of Morgen Thomas, Catherine Rustomji of Browne Jacobson LLP and Dan Fletcher, Director (Fundraising) of Moore Kingston Smith Fundraising & Management.…

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Moore Kingston Smith expands forensic accounting team by appointing Director Edward Nkune

14.10.20 / Insight posted in Articles

Moore Kingston Smith is pleased to announce the appointment of Edward Nkune as a Director in its forensic accounting department. Edward brings with him a wealth of experience both in the UK and internationally. Head of Forensic Accounting, Moira Hindson, says: “I’m delighted to welcome Eddie to our team of specialists. He brings invaluable counter-fraud…

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Moore Kingston Smith and David Reviews: update from ad world – 9 October 2020

14.10.20 / Insight posted in Articles

After a summer recess, we’re thrilled to be back with this week’s video, featuring our guest speaker, Daniel Kleinman, Director at Rattling Stick. Daniel catches up with Graham Tyler, Partner at Moore Kingston Smith and Jason Stone, Editor & Co-writer at David Reviews, to discuss the logistical challenges that Covid19 restrictions present to directing and…

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Webinar recording: Key Performance Indicators – how to measure what matters

13.10.20 / Insight posted in Articles, Webinars

Are you measuring what really matters to your organisation? Our Fundraising & Management finance team took an in-depth look at what drives organisations, building upon management reporting topics covered in an earlier webinar on management information. KPIs are something that are often talked about, like a buzzword, without ever really being examined in more depth. What…

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Chancellor announces support for businesses forced to close

09.10.20 / Insight posted in Articles, Tax

With new lockdown measures looming the Chancellor has announced an extension of the Job Support Scheme and grants to businesses who are forced to close. Job Support Scheme Extension Businesses whose premises are legally required to shut as part of local or national lockdown restrictions will receive grants to pay the wages of staff who…

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UK corporate tax landscape continues to attract North American businesses

09.10.20 / Insight posted in Articles

Given the Coronavirus pandemic, Brexit uncertainties and recent news regarding tensions between the UK, the US and the EU on whether the introduction of digital services tax will unfairly prejudice US businesses, you might expect US inward investment in the UK to be volatile. Regardless of these tensions, our experience is that the UK is…

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