New accounting rules could harm micro business

New accounting principles for micro companies in Ireland could expose them to a number of business threats, according to ACCA…

Ireland 24 May 2017

Concerning lack of preparedness across global financial services

Uncertainty surrounding the outcome of Brexit negotiations are hindering global financial services’ ability to prepare, despite a substantial number identifying the process as a risk to their business, according to new research released today (Wednesday May 24) by ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants)…

United Kingdom 24 May 2017

New accounting standard will significantly impact the insurance industry, says ACCA

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) comments on IFRS 17 – the new insurance contracts standard – issued today by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB)…

Global 22 May 2017

NHS London offers exclusive finance placement scheme for ACCA students

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has teamed up with NHS Skills Development Team for London and universities across the city to give ACCA Accelerate students a head start in their finance careers…

United Kingdom 22 May 2017

ACCA and CA ANZ to co-locate teams in a number of strategically critical markets

In the run-up to the first anniversary of the landmark strategic alliance between ACCA and CA ANZ both organisations have agreed to co-locate staff in a number of strategically critical markets …

Global 11 May 2017

Auditor scepticism in the spotlight as ACCA launches major new report into cognitive bias

As policymakers and regulators call for more professional scepticism in audit, ACCA (the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants) has recommended changes to the standard-setting, regulatory and audit processes to improve and encourage audit quality and tackle cognitive bias ACCA’s report Banishing bias? Audit, objectivity and the value of professional scepticism recommends a holistic approach that encourages market participants to think actively about cognitive bias – underlying behavioural drivers that could influence decision making – and take steps to minimise its impact on audit quality: …

Global 10 May 2017

Tom Lyons tells forum that South-East can capitalise on Dublin’s short comings in the face of current economic uncertainty

Tom Lyons tells forum that South-East can capitalise on Dublin’s short comings in the face of current economic uncertainty …

Ireland 8 May 2017

ACCA UK welcomes new metro mayors

As six city regions in across England welcome new directly elected metro mayors, ACCA UK (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) says they will have a crucial role in creating regional powerhouses for economic growth and development…

United Kingdom 5 May 2017

Divided we fall, distributed we stand: ACCA issues new guide to blockchain

Distributed ledgers and blockchain technology has the potential to improve trust in financial transactions but seem more likely to support, rather than replace, the work of professional accountants, according to a new report from ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants)…

Global 4 May 2017

Official opening of ACCA's new international office in Singapore

Investment affirms ACCA’s commitment to shaping the accounting profession and driving innovation in Singapore and the region…

Global 4 May 2017
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