The county’s first Cambridgeshire County Day was held to celebrate her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and showed off the best parts our county has to offer.
Price Bailey announces the appointment of Adam Norman as an Audit Partner in their Corporate team with effect from 3 May 2022. This brings the total number of partners in the firm to 29 across 11 offices.
Price Bailey announces five further senior-level promotions this month following the appointment of two new partners.
Price Bailey appoints Lewis Ratcliffe and Michael Cooper-Davis as partners in the firm with effect from 1 April 2022.Price Bailey, a top 30 chartered accounting and advisory practice, has appointed two new partners. The addition of Lewis Ratcliffe and Michael Cooper-Davis, both previously directors, brings the number of partners to 30 across its 11 offices.
Price Bailey assists health & safety consultancy, Bernard Sims Associates, establishing an Employee Ownership Trust
Price Bailey, a top-30 accountancy firm based in the East of England, has assisted and advised Bernard Sims Associates with the establishment of an Employee Ownership Trust (EOT) to enable the current shareholders to transfer majority ownership of the business to its staff whilst maintaining a minority holding in the Company.
Price Bailey announces a new strategic partnership with the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC). It sees Price Bailey become an official member of the Commonwealth’s accredited business network. A commercial not-for-profit, the organisation has the official mandate to facilitate trade and investment between the 54 member nations
Price Bailey has been officially recognised by the Best Companies survey 2022 as one of the best companies to work for in the UK, having been awarded 2-star accreditation and described as ‘Outstanding’. Best Companies independently surveyed staff at Price Bailey across a wide range of workplace factors.
Tailored technology service provider BrightGen announces it has joined Omnicom’s Credera after the US listed entity acquired the company.
Top 30 chartered business & accountancy firm Price Bailey has announced nine senior-level promotions in October, including two new Directors and seven Senior Managers.
Price Bailey Strategic Corporate Finance provided financial due diligence services to Panoramic Growth Equity, a leading equity investor in fast growing, entrepreneurial UK companies, in its recent £2.5m investment of growth capital into alcohol-free brewing company Big Drop Brewing.
Price Bailey is delighted to announce that its long-standing partnership with Cambridge United Football Club will continue for the 2021/22 season.
The Employment Tribunal is starting to give decisions on claims brought at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. As both employers and employees, we have all learned a lot about how to handle the various challenges that have arisen over the past year, and we are now starting to gain an insight into how the Employment Tribunal perceives and interprets the way that employers have handled these…
Diamond Pharma Services, a British pharmaceuticals consultancy specialising in compliance and regulation, has been acquired by ProPharma Group, the world’s leading provider of compliance and regulatory expertise to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies. Price Bailey, the top 30 accountants, advised Diamond Pharma Services on the sale.
In December 2020, HMRC quietly released a draft supplementary form (CT600L) to be completed by all companies claiming R&D tax relief from 1 April 2021. The form has now been finalised and published on HMRC’s website. Price Bailey takes a look at what the form is and what companies should do.
The Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) scheme is a tax-beneficial options arrangement used for attracting and retaining key employees, while protecting owner-managers from over dilution. EMI is a popular option for business owners because of the generous tax reliefs available and the limited upfront cost to the business.
The uncertainty of the current situation surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting businesses in a number of different ways. Despite the support offered by the Chancellor in last week’s Budget, many SMEs remain particularly concerned about the impact that the pandemic is having on their cashflow.
The ongoing epidemic poses significant risks to businesses with restrictions on movement resulting in disrupted supply chains, cancellation of events, and the closure of many services as a consequence of worker absence rates.
Recent developments around the outbreak of COVID-19 have raised a number of employment issues for many businesses. This is a worrying time for employees and employers. Price Bailey would always recommend taking specific advice in each case, but here are some frequently asked questions and answers which may be useful.
Price Bailey’s experts explain the options to businesses who are considering how to respond to COVID-19, and the Government’s support schemes
These are concerning times for everyone, including business owners and their families. This article provides a single page overview of the support and options available to businesses and their owners. It is compiled by experts from across Price Bailey on a rolling basis as schemes are created and updated. The firm will also provide updates as it hears news from banks and other agencies…
Jenna Keightley from Price Bailey Chartered Accountants recently worked with Action Medical Research to raise over £500 for the charity.
A team of seven from Price Bailey Chartered Accountants took part in the London to Paris cycle ride last month, to raise money for Action Medical Research.
Staff from regional accountancy firm, Price Bailey, joined forces earlier this month to cycle the equivalent of 361 miles to raise vital funds for Action Medical Research, without travelling an inch.
Price Bailey joins forces with Ashtons Legal to help businesses with cost-effective dispute resolution
Cambridge-based Top 30 accountants, Price Bailey, are partnering with local law firm Ashtons Legal to deliver a new service which will give Cambridgeshire businesses an alternative, cost-effective way of resolving business disputes.
Dame Frances Cairncross, former senior editor of The Economist, is to join the interactive panel discussion to launch research by Cambridge-based accountants Price Bailey into issues affecting Norwich businesses, including Brexit. The event will take place at the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Cambridge, on 14th May 2019.
On 1st March, Price Bailey held their second annual charity ball to raise funds for a group of staff who are taking part in a 240 mile cycle ride from London to Paris in July in aid of Action Medical Research.