ACCA’s first Ethics Film Festival brings to life ethics and professional skills essential for accountancy and finance.

ACCA’s Ethics Film Festival 2017 promoted the importance of ethics to more than 800 members and friends …

Singapore 31 Oct 2017

ACCA’s enhanced Ethics and Professional Skills module now live

The latest innovation to ethics at the top level of the ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) qualification is now available…

Global 31 Oct 2017

Graduates secure internship places at accounting firms in Greece with ACCA

Graduates across Greece came together in September for a unique opportunity to work in some of the largest accounting firms in the world through a fantastic paid scheme offered by ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) …

Europe 26 Oct 2017

Don’t get caught out by fast approaching HMRC self-assessment deadline warns ACCA

The deadline for those who complete their self-assessment tax return on paper is approaching fast, warns ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) …

United Kingdom 23 Oct 2017

Business confidence hits record highs across Asia while continuing to fall in the US, says Global Economic Conditions Survey

Global economic confidence has improved slightly this quarter, as high performance across Asia and Africa offset depressed confidence in the Middle East and the Americas…

Global 23 Oct 2017

Professional scepticism: inside the mind of the auditor

The issue of professional scepticism in audit remains a critical area Auditors’ perceived lack of professional scepticism is seen by audit oversight bodies and the public as being at the root of issues with audit quality This criticism has risen in importance since the global financial crisis, and auditors and standard-setters are under pressure to enhance professional scepticism …

Global 19 Oct 2017

ACCA holds global conference on regulation

ACCA holds global summit on regulation …

Global 18 Oct 2017

Northern Ireland workplaces amongst least ethical in the UK says ACCA

• New research reveals that ethics is ‘not at all important’ in 11% of workplaces in Northern Ireland, yet 100% believe they act ethically in work • 17% encountered someone using their position of power to sexually harass someone • 25% misuse company’s time • 22% never consider ethical implications…

Ireland 18 Oct 2017

Irish workplaces rife with unethical practice

• New research reveals that ethics is not considered by Irish businesses in 47% of cases • 11% of Irish employees have encountered a colleague using a position of power to sexually harass another • 26% of workers surveyed admit to stealing…

Ireland 18 Oct 2017

British workers ‘put under pressure’ to act unethically in the office, says ACCA

New research reveals a quarter of UK workers have been put under pressure to act unethically at work …

United Kingdom 18 Oct 2017
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