Report examining the finance function of high-growth businesses and how this has evolved, providing practical guidance to high potential businesses on how to harness the full potential of the finance function.
This report presents the results of a pilot project, which tests the relevance of the Malaysian National Corporate Innovation Index to SMEs.
This report aims to encourage understanding of what corporate governance means for SMEs.
ACCA's review of the widespread problem of late payment, a life-threatening challenge for many businesses globally, has been published in a series of three reports.
This paper presents new analytical and theoretical work performed by ACCA and proposes possible avenues for further research.
This discussion paper presents views and recommendations on the growing implications, for both the finance profession and aspiring entrepreneurs, of the changing business landscape.
This set of three reports describe ACCA’s ambitious global investigation into the state of business finance.
This report reviews the performance of SMEs around the world during 2013/14. It is the second ACCA–IMA global SME performance review and compares SME performance with findings from the first review.
ACCA is proud to sit on the ERC’s Stakeholder Advisory Board, chaired by Lucy Armstrong, alongside some of the UK’s leading business associations.
This discussion paper presents views and recommendations on how to build the finance function to support growth in SMEs.
ACCA's research reviews the extent and the drivers of e-invoicing adoption among UK SMEs.
Manos Schizas discusses the Financing Futures project – a groundbreaking study of how small businesses might be financed in the far future.
In this video ACCA senior economic analyst Manos Schizas welcomes delegates to the 2nd ACCA Alternative Finance Conference.
On this video Richard Martin and Paul Cooper discuss the changes which are being proposed by the IASB and ACCA’s views on those proposals.
In this video, John Burbidge-King, the CEO of the consultancy Interchange, discusses how dedicated risk-management systems can help businesses to protect themselves against bribery risk.
Q3 of 2013 saw the first signs of a recovery in the UK, and with it a debate about the existence and prospects of so-called ‘zombie’ companies.
Gill Ringland from SAMI Consulting discusses the findings of a scenario analysis project carried out by her firm and the Long Finance Forum of Futurists (L3F).