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GRI appoints four new board members

  • 11,09,15,11,2019

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) has appointed four new members to its board, effective 1 January 2020. read more

ICAEW partners with Inflo to provide audit, tax and advisory services

  • 11,44,13,11,2019

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has partnered with financial data analytics software company Inflo, to provide... read more

Research: Three in five employers concerned about missing out on temporary talent due to IR35

  • 11,42,13,11,2019

The majority of senior decision makers in medium and large-sized businesses are concerned about missing out on temporary talent ahead of the... read more

CIMA research finds UK workers apathetic to learning new skills

  • 14,44,11,11,2019

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) remains apathetic towards learning new skills despite automation and new technologies... read more

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Impact reporting counting the cost of social value

  • 15,31,6,11,2019

Demonstrating a commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) is now an integral part of financial life. Chris Farrell, managing director at... read more

SFO co-operation: how far should you need to go?

  • 15,07,29,10,2019

The UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) published a five-page memorandum on Corporate Co-operation Guidance on 6 August 2019. It sets out what the SFO... read more

Outlook for audit: the view from Mazars

  • 16,15,24,10,2019

Audit is changing – and much of that change is being imposed – but David Herbinet, global head of audit for Mazars, sees opportunities where others... read more

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Improving the landscape of whole of government accounts

  • 10,32,1,11,2019

IPSAS 42 filled a gap in the literature, providing much-needed guidance on social benefits spending, equivalent to 20% of GDP across all OECD countries. Alan Bermingham of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) reviews the significance of the new standard for the UK public sector. read more

is this #metoo and more for audit firms?

  • 14,52,23,10,2019

While the global conversation continues about the rising number of reports of sexual harassment inside and outside the workplace, James Roberts, partner, and Natalia Jeremiah, senior associate at Clyde & Co., find that scrutiny of how professional firms respond to these and other misconduct issues has increased. read more

G7 Summit – a missed opportunity for the UK to lead the global tax agenda?

  • 13,08,10,10,2019

On 24-26 August 2019, leaders of the seven G7 member states were joined by representatives of the European Union (EU) at the 45th G7 summit. High on the agenda was the ongoing debate surrounding the introduction of a Digital Services Tax. read more

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