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May 2018

Moore Charity of the year partnerships

We are pleased to announce that Mind, Edward's Trust and Sport in Mind will be the new Moore Charities of the Year. The partnership with all three charities will cover the 18 months effective from 1 May 2018.

ePrivateclient – Tier 1 Top Accountancy Firm

We are pleased to announce that Moore has been named in Tier I of the 2018 ePrivateclient Top Accountancy Firms rankings, the annual analysis of the leading UK advisory firms providing wealthy clients and their families with tax and business advice.

Moore wins top school leaver awards

Moore has won two top awards in The School Leaver Awards 2018 hosted by AllAboutSchoolLeavers: ‘Top Employer – Accounting & Professional Services’ and ‘Best Training Provider’.

Major shake-up in the UK Grocery market

The UK grocery market has also been changing in recent years. Seeing issues on the horizon, it is no surprise that Sainsbury’s and Asda are undertaking strategic investment for the future. The key questions are why do they feel the need to do this now, what will it mean for the UK supermarket scene and what effect will it have on consumers?

Cyber security - a crucial part of your firm's foundation

On 13 January 2018, the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and open banking launched. But what does this mean for financial services firms?

UK overseas territories to make ownership registers public

The UK parliament has decided to impose, unilaterally, a public beneficial ownership register for companies registered in the countries comprising the British Overseas Territories.

Should equity investors worry about changes in interest rates?

Research suggests that, like fluctuations in share prices, changes in interest rates and bond prices are largely unpredictable. It follows that an investment strategy based on attempting to exploit these sorts of fluctuations is unlikely to be a fruitful endeavour. Even so, investors may still be curious about what might happen to equities if interest rates go up.