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This report considers how the global agenda on financial literacy, capability and education relates to entrepreneurs. Read the article
SMEs see business case for adopting anti-bribery controls, global ACCA research reveals
ACCA and IMA commissioned a special analysis of the SME responses received through the quarterly ACCA–IMA Global Economic Conditions Surveys
Trade credit is an important source of finance for SMEs and this study investigates the use of the financial statements and other information used in making trade credit decisions
Tapping into SME international potential is the latest policy paper to come from ACCA's Global Forum for SMEs.
Protecting Stakeholder Interests - 04 April 2013
Trend towards de-regulating financial disclosures by SMEs is now widespread, but loss of transparency must be compensated for by alternative protections: new report by ACCA
E-Invoicing - 14 March 2013
ACCA's research reviews the extent and the drivers of e-invoicing adoption among UK SMEs.
Embedding sustainability in SMEs - 14 January 2013
A paper from ACCA on why policy makers, regulators and finance professionals must help small businesses adopt sustainable business practices.
High growth SMEs - 11 July 2012
This report discusses the challenges, difficulties and the successes that Growth Oriented Entrepreneurs have in the US, European and BRICSA economies
If you’re interested in SME policy, you may like to read some articles and reports held in our technical library.
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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.
Finance professionals can play a vital role in the development and growth of SMEs. ACCA's research demonstrates how business growth in small businesses is linked to the capabilities of the in-house finance function.
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.