In this paper, the ICAEW provides recommendations to help international investors and further drive the development of a global set of accounting standards. Topics covered include: the benefits of a global set of standards; taking stock; ending convergence; a new approach for a new era.
Company: ICAEW | Published: 22 April 2013 | Business Area: Accounting Standards
Following an ICAEW audit registration committee review, auditors are no longer able to have any direct involvement in the preparation of the tax provision included in the figures they audit for AIM fully listed and listed companies. This article explains the implications.
Company: RSM Tenon | Published: 18 September 2012 | Business Area: Audit and Assurance
R3’s campaign to encourage business rescue by preventing suppliers demanding ‘ransom payments’ during insolvency Contrary to popular belief, when a business goes into formal insolvency, it is not doomed to close. This is because the Insolvency Practitioner has a range of tools to facilitate its rescue... view abstract
Company: R3 - Association of Business Recovery Professionals | Published: 13 May 2011 | Business Area: Business Recovery/Insolvency
Despite public scrutiny over bonuses offered at banking and financial institutions, new research by recruitment specialist Robert Half and the ICAEW shows that the wealth is not equally dispersed amongst employees. According to the 513 ACAs surveyed from the banking and capital markets sector, the... view abstract
Company: Robert Half International | Published: 27 April 2011 | Business Area: Legal Services
More than one in three (35 per cent) ICAEW chartered accountants (ACAs) working in business express a likelihood of moving to a different employer in the next two years, according to the 2011 Career Benchmarking Survey from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW) and Robert... view abstract
Company: Robert Half International | Published: 27 April 2011 | Business Area: Managing Your People
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