Top Content on The Accountant

Latest News

ACCA survey: Ethics and trust in a digital age
23 February, 2017 More devices, more data, more processing power. Automation and robots are on the rise. There’s no doubt we are now firmly in the digital age and it’s here to stay.
  • GRI and integrated reporting make strides in India
    21 February, 2017 An official circular by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and a linkage document released by the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) put integrated reporting () and GRI at the forefront of corporate reporting in India.
See all News

Latest Features

Sustainability reporting and corporate governance round up
17 February, 2017 Latest news in sustainability reporting and corporate governance
  • Comment: Ethics must remain core to the profession
    17 February, 2017 By Alex Malley, CPA Australia CEO | The accounting profession affects people throughout their lives. It is a practice that informs and guides action in public and private organisations. Considerable literature exists defining the characteristics...
  • IIRC’s new leadership looking for new heights
    08 February, 2017 The parliamentary career of the IIRC’s new CEO, Richard Howitt, might just come in handy as he seeks regulatory endorsement for integrated reporting. Interview by Vincent Huck
See all Features


Editor's letter: Ins and outs
21 December, 2016 This magazine’s first encounter with Olivia Kirtley took place in 2014 at the World Congress of Accountants in Rome.
  • Editor's letter: Apologies
    21 December, 2016 Dear subscribers, by now you should have received November’s issue of The Accountant (No. 6156) and you might have noticed that page 20 wasn’t printed. This was due to a mistake down the line in the production process and we are working on making...
  • Editor's letter: Trust’s all folks!
    27 October, 2016 So this is farewell. This is my last editorial as I move on to pastures new (a great title called Responsible Investor) after almost five eventful years writing for The Accountant. Who would have thought that accountancy was going to be that much...
  • Comment - Brexit plan B: make the UK a tax haven free of refugees
    25 October, 2016 I’ve just received a press release that says corporation tax cut provides ‘food for thought’ during post-Brexit future negotiations.It is great timing because it reached me at the same time as someone was sharing on social media an old article,...
See all Blogs