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Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors.

We have been providing businesses throughout East Yorkshire with qualified accountancy and taxation advice for over 20 years. From business start-ups to established companies our team will provide you with the advice and expertise needed to assist in helping to drive your business forward.

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Payroll Services

We offer a full payroll service for your business, which offers many advantages to you and your business. We will ensure that all requirements under the new Real Time Information (RTI) system are being met by your business. Alternatively we will assist in the setting up of your own payroll service advising on the best software for your needs and how to operate it.

Company Audits

Audits and Independent Reviews still remain the most valuable means of giving your business credibility as they assist in the improvement of management information, provide reassurance for stakeholders and/or trustees, and can identify potential weaknesses and how to alleviate them. Audits and reviews give businesses an independent opinion regarding the completeness and accuracy of their financial statements for a given period.

Banking Advice

Cameron, Ferriby & Co has a long established and respected place in the local banking fraternity and will work with you and your business to establish its banking needs ensuring you are receiving the best service the business banking sector has to offer.

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Take a few minutes to visit our video media page where you can watch a range of selected videos, catch up on Chancellor statements and budget speeches as well as more details on why using an ICAEW Chartered Accountant is important to your business. great with a coffee!

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Vodafone error sees customers hit by thousands in charges Posted on Monday October 14, 2019

Glitch sees customers abroad hit with thousands of pounds of charges and unable to use their phones.

Nobel economics prize winner hopes to inspire women Posted on Monday October 14, 2019

Esther Duflo, who won the prize as part of a team of three, is only the second woman since 1969 to win.

Budget date revealed by chancellor Sajid Javid Posted on Monday October 14, 2019

Sajid Javid says it will be the UK's first Budget after leaving the EU.

Labour's nationalisation price tag would start at £196bn, CBI says Posted on Monday October 14, 2019

The CBI employers' group claims Labour's plans would cost the combined health and education budgets.

Facebook's digital currency dealt another blow Posted on Monday October 14, 2019

Leaders of the G7 group of major world economies issue a warning about digital coins like Libra.

What Brexit means for half-term holiday plans Posted on Monday October 14, 2019

Costs, paperwork, and the healthcare safety net may all be affected. Here's what you need to know.

General Motors strike: 'We've got to fight for what's right' Posted on Sunday October 13, 2019

Four weeks into the car giant's strike, workers are losing money but say they will continue to protest.

Can Rugby Union’s top tier be broken? Posted on Sunday October 13, 2019

Too much money is focused on the big nations in rugby union, an ex-England international says.

US postpones next tariff hike after China trade talks Posted on Friday October 11, 2019

US President Donald Trump hails a "phase one deal" and suspends a planned tariff hike.

UK pays £87m for no-deal Brexit ferry contracts Posted on Friday October 11, 2019

The government has awarded medicine supply contracts to four ferry firms.

Managing and resolving conflict Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

This webinar provides practical resolution techniques and strategies to help you manage conflict.

Business and Management Faculty webinars and events Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

View our upcoming webinars and events.

Make the most of marketing Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

Tim Lennard explores what businesses can do to ensure return on their marketing investment.

Dealing with inherent business tensions Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

With the release of the faculty’s latest report on business performance management, we highlight the key points.

Boardroom pay Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

Pay ratios are the latest idea proposed to address public concern over executive remuneration. But will they achieve what proponents intend? David Craik investigates.

Not just a silver lining Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

New technologies can yield big improvements in productivity, but what does this mean for the back office in practice? David Adams finds out.

Alternatives to plastic - part 2 Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

Alison Coleman speaks to a range of companies about how they are combatting the plastic problem while still turning a profit.

Alternatives to plastic Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

Plastic pollution is rising to the top of the global agenda, but what’s the alternative? Alison Coleman explores how companies are adapting to survive.

What does your gender pay gap tell you Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

Nigel Marriott, an independent statistician, will explain what your gender pay gap report tells you and just as important, what it doesn’t tell you.

Most popular BAM articles Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

Top hits from the last quarter in Business and Management.

The future of social care Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

In the past five years, 400 care homes have closed. With local authority social care spending slashed by half in just a decade, Peter Taylor-Whiffen asks how care providers can turn a profit – and help safeguard vulnerable residents.

Special report 65 - Smart reporting Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

This special report will be a handy go-to guide – we take you through the latest techniques and thinking behind the new smart world with which CFOs, and aspiring CFOs, must contend.

How to leave a job well Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

When leaving a job, the chances of burning bridges are high. This is especially true for finance directors, particularly if their exit is abrupt or not planned well. Christian Doherty finds out the best way to leave a position.

Doing business in a new digital world Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

Immersive technology is transforming the way we do business and disrupting industries, but there will be challenges ahead, warns Rich McEachran.

How to succeed in casual dining Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

It’s been a bitter year for casual dining, with numerous high street brands forced to close their kitchens. Lucy Douglas takes a look at those still managing to succeed in a saturated market.

How to survive in retail Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

In an increasingly hostile retail environment, says former Game CEO Ian Shepherd, there are lessons to be learned from successful retailers and from those who have struggled.

Is executive pay too high? Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

Executive pay is currently a hot topic – and it’s one that was discussed at ICAEW’s Corporate Governance Community event. Julia Root-Gutteridge reports.

Prepare for LIBOR transition Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

We outline five things all businesses need to do now to prepare for the end of Libor.

Key concerns for CFOs Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

Following the recent roundtable on strategy execution, Rick Payne takes a look at the key concerns for CFOs.

Are businesses too big to fail? Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970

As the failure of outsourcing giants Carillion and Interserve creates waves throughout the industry, Pádraig Floyd looks at what other businesses can do to prevent being caught in their wake

Turning Paris's underground car parks into mushrooms farms Posted on Friday October 11, 2019

Paris is renovating many of its underground car parks and some are now growing mushrooms.

How the speed camera became a million dollar idea Posted on Friday October 11, 2019

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the speed camera became a million dollar idea.

What does the new £20 note look like? Posted on Thursday October 10, 2019

The BBC's Simon Gompertz explains what the new £20 banknote looks like.

Brexit: Will the flower industry wilt or bloom? Posted on Thursday October 10, 2019

Radio 1 Newsbeat follows a bunch of flowers on its journey from Europe’s largest auction to a florist in Kent.

Fast-food chain CEO: 'Don't treat business as war' Posted on Wednesday October 09, 2019

Doing business isn't like waging a war, says fast-food chain boss John Vincent.

Forecasts of post-Brexit economic gloom 'were accurate' Posted on Tuesday October 08, 2019

The Institute for Fiscal Studies says forecasts of post-Brexit economic gloom 'were accurate'.

India shelves crackdown on single-use plastic Posted on Friday October 04, 2019

India has shelved a planned crackdown on single-use plastic due to business worries over disruption.

Falling felines: Keeping cats in high-rise flats safe Posted on Friday October 04, 2019

If you're a cat owner in a high-rise apartment in Singapore, how do you keep your cat safe?

How the highlighter pen became a million dollar idea Posted on Friday October 04, 2019

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the highlighter pen became a million dollar idea.

Warburtons 'on the verge of compostable packaging' Posted on Thursday October 03, 2019

Chairman of bakery tells 5 Live the firm is close to replacing unrecyclable wax paper.