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ACCA and Consejo General Economists Spain sign MOU

  • 14,31,20,10,2020

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Consejo General Economists Spain (CGE) have signed an MoU to promote, develop and... read more

IAASB appoints deputy chair and board members for 2021

  • 16,25,15,10,2020

The International Auditing and Accounting Standards Board has appointed Len Jui as its deputy chair for 2021. Jui has served as an IAASB member... read more

Interim chair of UK’s FRC appointed

  • 15,49,15,10,2020

The UK’s secretary for business, Alok Sharma, has appointed Keith Skeoch as the interim chair of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC). He has been... read more

IESBA appoints deputy chair and board members for 2021

  • 09,10,15,10,2020

The International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) has appointed Caroline Lee as its deputy chair for 2021, along with four new board... read more

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Digital Accounting Forum 2020 & Awards Presenter – Receipt Bank

  • 12,43,11,09,2020

Zoya Malik, Group Editor, International Accounting Bulletin and The Accountant caught up with Mark McNee, Enterprise Business Development Manager,... read more

An obligation to address confusion and improve clarity

  • 15,30,9,09,2020

In July, the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) announced a collaborative workplan in... read more

Digital Accounting Forum 2020 & Awards Gold Sponsor - Insiet

  • 14,06,7,09,2020

Zoya Malik, Group Editor, International Accounting Bulletin and The Accountant caught up with Biraj Borah, Founder & Director, Insiet Ltd, Gold... read more

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Alleviating fraud in your finance function

  • 13,05,17,09,2020

Finance enterprise resource planning (ERP) and procure to pay (P2P) systems – often described as the heart and lungs of a company – are known to have vulnerabilities and can be open to fraud. David Thorley, director of customer development at Fiscal Technologies, writes read more

Company directors are still prone to liability even if wrongful trading has been suspended

  • 11,54,16,09,2020

The recent implementation of the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act, which came into force on 26 June 2020, has now extended the temporary suspension of wrongful trading provisions. Andrew Knowles, senior director – restructuring advisory at Duff & Phelps, writes read more

Why employee well-being and personal progression are key to the recovery

  • 15,26,9,09,2020

Lockdown and the drastic changes that came with it have turned our daily lives upside down. But from this topsy-turvy new world, we have gained a new perspective – one that extends to both our personal life and our work. Jessica French, development manager at CABA, the charity supporting the well-being of chartered accountants and their families, looks at the possible outcomes read more

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