by Yen-pei Chen, Corporate Reporting and Tax Manager. Professional Insights, ACCA | April 20, 2018
Good practice examples and key challenges identified from a review of integrated reports, survey data and interviews with experts.
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The Public Needs a Better Understanding of Public Sector Debt
by Ross Campbell, Public Sector Director, ICAEW | June 14, 2018
With the reversal of quantitative easing and interest rates beginning to rise, there are real questions about whether governments will be able to manage their public debts.
How Strong Public Financial Management in Nigeria Will Support Sustainable Growth
by Gillian Fawcett, Head of International, CIPFA | June 14, 2018
As African economies continue to strengthen, it is important that arrangements for good governance and strong public financial management (PFM) are in place.
The CO2 Reduction Approach by Companies Is Inadequate
by Erik Kolthof, Senior Advisor, Royal NBA and Lucas Geusebroek, Project Lead Circular Economy, Royal NBA | June 4, 2018
A new survey shows that few companies are proactively trying to reduce their greenhouse gases—many companies have no specific targets in this area.
Tackling Big Corporate Governance Changes to Drive Organizational Performance in a Small PAO
by Lisa Padmore, Immediate Past President of ICAB and Member of IFAC’s PAO Development Committee | May 31, 2018
ICAB reflects on the importance of adapting governance arrangements to drive performance.
Brand Presence Matters, Especially for Small Firms
by Antoni Gómez, Chairman of Auren & IFAC SMP Committee Member | May 29, 2018
A strong brand is essential for firms to communicate their value—here are key factors to consider when developing a clear and identifiable brand in the marketplace.
Simplifying Auditing Standards for Small or Non-Complex Entities–Exploring Possible Solutions
by Hilde Blomme, Deputy CEO, Accountancy Europe and Noémi Robert, Audit & Assurance Manager, Accountancy Europe | May 18, 2018
Confidence in small business benefits us all —the difficulties of applying the International Standards on Auditing in small or non-complex entity audits are apparent, and as such the status quo is not an option.