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Ukraine and Larking Gowen’s response

Like many, Larking Gowen is extremely saddened by the devastation and humanitarian disaster following the invasion of Ukraine.

We have acted on the guidance issued to the profession by the Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies (CCAB) and will continue to monitor carefully any new guidance, together with the impact of current and any further extension of sanctions.

We are actively monitoring and reviewing our client engagements and suppliers to ensure compliance with sanctions and taking the appropriate action.

Our international association PrimeGlobal has confirmed they will not recruit any Russian or Belarus firms for an indefinite period and are continuing to monitor relationships with member firms. PrimeGlobal remains focused on providing support to Ukrainian member firm Laudis and to other Central European firms impacted by the refugee crisis.


Leadership & Life Chat - Diversity in the workplace with Andy Nicol & Sue Liburd MBE

James and Mark look back on their chat with Andy Nicol and Sue Liburd MBE, and how their conversation on diversity and inclusion is still just as relevant now as it was back in October 2020 on their Impromptu Business Chat series. It is, to date, their second most downloaded episode which further proves that this topic is still so pertinent, especially to business leaders.

Larking Gowen supports local girls’ rugby team

Larking Gowen is excited to sponsor the North Walsham RFC female U18 team. The rugby club set up their female club, the Valkyries, four years ago and today there are more than 50 girls on the books from the ages of 11 to 18 years.

Making company assets available for private use

Tessa Brown discusses the benefit-in-kind legislation around assets that a company makes available to its directors and employees for their private use.


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