Technology poses a threat to the accountancy profession as automation could replace much of the work accountants do, according to experts—the profession must accelerate its move into tasks and activities less susceptible to automation such as advisory services.
Feedback from small- and medium-sized accounting practices and entities, SMPs and SMEs, is a crucial step in developing an agreed-upon procedures standard that suits, and allowing SMPs and SMEs to more fully realize the potential of these engagements.
How do the IFAC Global 2016 SMP Survey results for Europe compare to the global view—and what can professional accountancy organization learn?
Emerging technologies, including data analytics, blockchain, artificial intelligence, and machine learning will impact the accountancy profession and SMPs.
The benefits and opportunities for SMEs to consider both integrated thinking and integrated reporting, including better understanding, management and communication.
How do the survey results for one region compare to the global view—and what can professional accountancy organizations learn?
The specific application of integrated reporting by SMEs and the initial steps SMEs can take to start their integrated reporting journey.
EFAA research looks at the nature and extent of non-financial information reporting by SMEs in 14 European countries.
What can small- and medium-sized accountancy practices in Europe learn from the IFAC Global 2018 SMP Survey—We compare survey findings from Europe to the global results.