by Dr. Sean Stein Smith DBA, CMA, CPA, CGMA, CFE, Assistant Professor, Lehman College (CUNY) | November 20, 2017
Blockchain technology, although most well-known for cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, is forecasted to have wide-ranging implications for how data is secured, transmitted, and protected—in addition, the rise of artificial intelligence (AI), and...
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Working with Good Governance in the Public Sector: Five Lessons and Two Wishes
by Peter Welch, Audit Director, European Court of Auditors, and Member of CIPFA Council | September 25, 2017
Auditors care about the governance arrangements of their auditees. Here are five key lessons on good governance.
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...
Transforming Challenges into Opportunities: Fee Pressure
by Christopher Arnold, Head of SME/SMP and Research, IFAC and Mats Olsson, IFAC SMP Committee Deputy Chair and Partner, Adrian & Partners AB | September 11, 2017
Information and best practice tips to help small- and medium-sized practices contend with pressure to lower fees, a top global challenge.
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.