June 2013
Accountancy;Jun2013, Vol. 150 Issue 1438, p80
Trade Publication
The article offer news briefs related to accountancy careers in Great Britain for June 1, 2013. A study by Giant employment provider found accountancy and finance contractors are moving into the public sector. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) said Baroness Hogg whose term as chairman ended in April will remain until a successor is found.


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