Preparing Future-Ready Professionals

Professional Accountants in Business Strategy and Work Plan for 2013-2016

Exposure Draft

Nov 05, 2012 | Exposure Drafts and Consultation Papers
26 Pages

Comments due by: Jan 31, 2013

The proposed Professional Accountants in Business Strategy and Work Plan for 2013-2016 outlines specific initiatives to improve recognition of the diverse roles professional accountants in business perform and how they need to be positioned to drive successful and sustainable organizations. As professional accountants in business make up more than half of all accountants in the world, they have the collective power to significantly influence their organizations in implementing effective governance and an ethical culture supported by integrated risk management and internal control, sustainable leadership, and effective reporting and performance management.


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Submitted Comment Letters

1. Institute of Management Accountants  (United States)
December 11, 2012

2. SAIPA (The South African Institute of Professional Accountants)  (South Africa)
December 13, 2012

3. Individual  (India)
December 17, 2012

4. CMA Canada  (Canada)
January 29, 2013

5. The Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland  (Ireland)
January 29, 2013

6. Association of Chartered Certified Accountants  (United Kingdom)
January 30, 2013

7. Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and CPA Australia  (Australia)
January 30, 2013

8. Malaysian Institute of Accountants  (Malaysia)
January 30, 2013

9. ICAEW  (United Kingdom)
January 31, 2013

10. The Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants  (Canada)
January 31, 2013

11. Federation des Experts comptables Europeens  (Belgium)
February 1, 2013

12. Federation of Accounting Professions  (Thailand)
February 1, 2013

13. Denise Silva Ferreira Juvenal  (Brazil)
February 11, 2013


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