Brexit has pushed institutions into two camps. On one side we’ve got the ‘business as usual’ team, and on the other we have the institutions that are tired of the government’s hemming and hawing and have already begun to move jobs to other EU countries. It’s the latter group that’s contributed to the quarter drop in jobs available.
"A few short months after Brexit, a sense of optimism has returned to the City. However, two key negotiation items remain foremost on everyone’s minds. The first is the right of EU citizens to work in London; the second, the retention of passporting rights."
As the ACA results have just been published, much is being written about the next step for the first move out of practice into industry. However, it is also worth stressing that towards the back end of the year many people will be qualifying from two other qualifications; CIMA and ACCA.
In this blog I provide advice on how to progress from ACA newly qualified to CFO. This is targeted at people who are ACA newly qualified from a traditional audit practice background, as opposed to those coming from corporate finance, TS, or banking.