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ICAEW runs key panel sessions at AAA meeting

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) plans to conduct a series of panel discussions on key current issues such as the future of IFRS, the European audit reform and accounting for nature.

The sessions will be conducted at the 2012 annual meeting of the American Accounting Association (AAA), which is being held in Washington this week, hopes to advance knowledge and innovation among accounting scholars and practitioners under the theme Seeds of Innovation.

ICAEW has prepared different panel sessions on key current issues such as the future

ICAEW’s fellow panellists include experts from regulatory bodies, universities, and Big Four firms.

ICAEW Executive Director Robert Hodgkinson said the AAA annual meeting is an opportunity for experts from around the world to discuss accountancy and finance developments in a well-informed setting.

 

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