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The Professional Accountant’s Mindset and Tackling Corruption
by Tanya Barman, Associate Director, Ethics, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants | September 11, 2017
Professional accountants’ training in analyzing and interpreting both financial and non-financial data positions them to challenge information that seems suspicious and be diligent in examining the supply chain, as well as interpreting where...
Keeping the Audit Profession Attractive
by Noémi Robert, Audit & Assurance Manager, Accountancy Europe | September 11, 2017
Accountancy Europe spoke with young auditors, regulators, investors, academics, and policy makers to open a conversation on what makes, and keeps, the audit profession attractive.
Technology Brings Opportunities to Attract Young Talent
by Antoni Gómez, Chairman of Auren & IFAC SMP Committee Member | August 28, 2017
While bracing for the change technology brings, firms, especially small- and medium-sized practices, need to also embrace the opportunities it brings.
What Are Audit Committees Up To?
by Dr. Susanna Di Feliciantonio, Head of EU Public Affairs, ICAEW and Mr. David Batal, Partner, Audit & Assurance, Deloitte Czech Republic | August 28, 2017
Audit Committees respond to evolving regulatory frameworks, changing business needs, and rapid technological developments as well as flux in the broader geo-economic environment.
Overcoming Obstacles to Enhance Quality Assurance
by Manuel Arias , Technical Manager, Quality & Development, IFAC and Sarah Gagnon, Technical Manager, Quality & Development, IFAC | August 28, 2017
Quality assurance systems are an important element of a sustainable global financial infrastructure, as well as a requirement for all IFAC member organizations.