Contributing to the Global Economy

Build Trust. Inspire Confidence.

The Global Accountancy Profession’s Call for Action by G20 Countries

IFAC
Jun 15, 2017 | Comment Letters
8 Pages
ISBN 978-1-60815-320-6
English

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Global economic stability and transparency and the rebuilding of public trust will be greatly enhanced by a determined G20 push for stronger governance across all sectors. In advance of the G20 Summit 2017 in Hamburg, Germany on July 7-8, IFAC issued actionable recommendations for G20 countries that will support both the global economy and the G20’s 2017 objectives.

IFAC calls on the G20 and other key stakeholders in the global economy to collaborate on:

  • Raising governance standards across all economic sectors to increase transparency and accountability, and help restore trust and inspire confidence in business and government, key to the G20’s aspirations to: build resilience, improve sustainability, and assume responsibility.
  • Fostering greater transparency and regulatory consistency to achieve growth, confidence, and stability. This requires an inclusive digital and economic environment for businesses of all sizes, as well as implementation and adoption of high-quality internationally-accepted regulations and standards.

 

 

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