by Vickson Ncube, Chief Executive Officer, Pan African Federation of Accountants | June 15, 2017
To promote integrity and defeat corruption, all of society needs to work together.
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Unlimited Possibilities for Women in Accountancy
by Yasmine El-Ramly, Senior Technical Manager of Firm Services and Global Alliances, American Institute of CPAs | March 6, 2017
Head of the American Institute of CPAs’ Women’s Leadership Initiative discusses the vast opportunities for women in the accountancy profession.
Who Do You Want to Work with?
by Tanya Barman, Associate Director, Ethics, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants | March 6, 2017
Professional accountants globally have a Code to uphold—there is a clear obligation for them to act with integrity and objectivity, and not to subordinate their judgement to others.
AICPA Chair on Unique Skills of Women
by Kimberly N. Ellison-Taylor, Chair, American Institute of CPAs | March 3, 2017
Women have the right instincts to be excellent accountants and leaders, says Kimberly Ellison-Tayler, Chair of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and Global Accounting Strategy Director at Oracle, in a new interview conducted during the AICPA...
Auditing in the Era of Integrated Thinking
by Dr. Sean Stein Smith DBA, CMA, CPA, CGMA, CFE, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Rutgers University | February 23, 2017
As the business landscape continues to change and evolve at an increasingly rapid rate, integrated reporting is quietly but surely picking up steam, and auditors need to be ready to embrace this new framework.
5 Steps to Being an Anticipatory Accountant
by Tom Hood, Executive Director & CEO, Maryland Institute of CPAs | February 22, 2017
New podcast with Tom Hood, Chief Executive of the Maryland Association of CPAs and the Business Learning Institute, highlights five key steps for accounting practices to be future ready.