This study examines how auditors have implemented the enhanced auditor reporting in Singapore and how those enhanced auditor's reports (EARs) have influenced the disclosures in our annual reports.
This series of four reports aims to assist boards in preparing to assess their corporate culture and in understanding how it can influence either functional or dysfunctional behaviour.
This paper outlines ACCA’s key messages on shareholders rights in Europe and how they fit into the wider governance agenda.
This report examines how the quality and value of risk reporting can be improved. It reviews current practice in risk reporting, the barriers to better risk reporting, the wishes of users, and the concerns of preparers.
This paper examines the respective roles of the regulator and of culture in increasing ethical behaviour in finance, and the need to address dysfunctional finance market and behaviour.
Pauline Schu introduces findings from a one-year global study into corporate culture and the drivers of organisational behaviour.
As part of ESRC’s seminar series on governance, CSR and SMEs in emerging economies, ACCA hosted a conference on 19 November 2014.
Professor Mike Wright gave his presentation as part of the ESRC’s seminar series on governance, CSR and SMEs in emerging economies.
In this video presentation, Gillian Fawcett, head of public sector, reflects on the role of ‘good governance’ in public services.
ACCA's March 2014 conference looked at four areas: creating value through governance, risk reporting, corporate culture and behaviour and accounting for uncertainty.