More transparency over aggressive tax planning arrangements and beneficial ownership is welcome, but a balanced and consistent implementation is needed to maintain a level playing field, says ACCA

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) welcomes the European Commission’s proposal to amend the existing legislation on mandatory exchange of information in the field of taxation in relation to reportable cross border arrangements …

Europe 22 Jun 2017

Africa’s economy continues to develop under robust corporate governance principles

Most countries across Africa have robust corporate governance codes of practice at present, as economic prosperity increases across the continent A new joint study by ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and KPMG has found standards of corporate governance code are well aligned with OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) Principles of Corporate Governance released in 2015…

Global 21 Jun 2017

ACCA’s integrated master’s programme with the University of London changing lives across the globe

ACCA’s integrated master’s programme with the University of London changing lives across the globe…

Global 20 Jun 2017

Pathways to success – internship programme links students to ACCA approved employers

Innovative programme prepares graduates for the workplace…

England 19 Jun 2017

Conference on financial systems integrity improvement - Abuja, June 30, 2017

Experts work together to raise issues about financial integrity in Nigeria …

Global 15 Jun 2017

ACCA Comments on General Election 2017

Statement from Helen Brand OBE, chief executive, ACCA…

Global 12 Jun 2017

Jobs of tomorrow: what educational skills do we need?

EU stakeholders and decision-makers discussed what has been achieved since the publication of the new Skills Agenda for Europe, and what the next steps might be, at an ACCA-PwC event at the European Parliament…

Global 9 Jun 2017

US withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement threatens local and international prosperity

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has warned that the decision of the US administration to renegotiate the Paris Climate Agreement is a backward step that—contrary to the stated intention—will put jobs, wealth and prosperity creation at grave risk…

Global 2 Jun 2017
Global 2 Jun 2017

Next government must work with professional bodies to internationalise trade

In the lead-up to the UK General Election, ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has advised the next government to utilise the soft power of UK plc and professional bodies to secure optimal trade opportunities Coinciding with the launch of the Labour Party’s vision for international trade, which ACCA will host at its headquarters today, ACCA has five recommendations for an effective post-Brexit international trade strategy: …

Global 31 May 2017
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