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Ng Boon Yew, chair of ACCA's Accountancy Futures Academy, talks to ACCA about the accountancy futures research Drivers of Change. Read the article
A new report by ACCA shows that companies in the Asia Pacific region are most concerned about cyber terror attacks agains their businesses in the future.
ACCA's latest research into the top drivers of change shows that cyber-terror fears is the main concern for US companies.
Fuel price rise fears and cyber security pose the greatest challenges for UK business in the short term, according to a new report from ACCA
Marie McCrea, Partner at CIL in South Africa, talks to ACCA about the accountancy futures research Drivers of Change
Drivers of change interview | Rohit Talwar - 31 January 2013
Rohit Talwar, CEO of Fast Futures, talks to ACCA about the accountancy futures research Drivers of Change
Drivers of change interview | Kholeka Mzondeki - 24 January 2013
Kholeka Mzondeki, an independent non-executive director from South Africa and ACCA Council member, talks to ACCA about the findings from the latest Drivers of Change research.
Drivers of change - 17 September 2012
With big changes sweeping the global economy, ACCA has been looking at what the future could look like for the accountancy profession
A Brief History of the Future - By Ewan Willars , Director of policy, 03 January 2011
Part of our research and insights agenda lets us examine the future of accounting, and by doing so reflect on our present.
ACCA has over 100 years' experience of working with the SME sector. We lobby governments, regulators and standard setters in the long-term interest of a healthy SME sector, and we support professional accountants so they can continue to function as the sector’s most trusted business advisers and finance managers.
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The accountancy futures programme provides ACCA with powerful visions of the future, in response to emerging challenges in a range of areas. It provides a platform to look forward, to tune into the emerging trends and discussions in the global business and policy spheres and the latest reforms facing the world of finance.
An important part of ACCA's institutional work is to contribute to the debate on technical issues affecting business and accountancy and to represent the interest of its members in relation to the legislation and professional standards that they have to comply with in their work.
The Accountancy Futures Academy brings together groups of experts from around the world to look at forward-looking issues and challenges facing the accountancy profession.