Ethics

December 11, 2020
diversity

Board Diversity

by SEAH GEK CHOO WHY IT MATTERS AT THIS TIME Studies have repeatedly shown that increasing diversity is not only the right thing to do for an organisation’s culture, it also leads to better business outcomes. In this article, we explore three key thrusts that are powering the boardroom diversity […]
November 19, 2020

ICAEW Creates Sustainability and Climate Change Community

As the recession bites and business leaders get their bearings, it’s tempting to put values aside and seek short cuts to recovery. Writer and governance specialist Anthony Smith-Meyer recommends that ethics remain a driving force, not just for the good of society but also for economic survival and long-term growth.
November 9, 2020
Leadership Purpose & Ethics - 6 key insights.

Six ways for Chartered Accountants to lead better: key insights from the latest ‘Building Resilience’ webinar

Leadership always matters, but in challenging times it’s more necessary than ever. But the nature of leadership is changing. As the latest ‘Building Resilience’ webinar explored, leadership today is underpinned by a sense of purpose and a clear vision, is guided by a moral compass and doesn’t aim to have all the answers.
October 26, 2020

Ethics are Key to Survival and Growth

As the recession bites and business leaders get their bearings, it’s tempting to put values aside and seek short cuts to recovery. Writer and governance specialist Anthony Smith-Meyer recommends that ethics remain a driving force, not just for the good of society but also for economic survival and long-term growth.
October 12, 2020

Gearing up to Reboot in a New World

These unprecedented times call for innovative ways to upkeep traditions, and ISCA endeavoured to provide a complete and rewarding experience for the more-than-1,000 registered attendees of its very first virtual PAIB Conference.
September 17, 2020

Forensic Data Analytics: No Longer Just a Supplementary Tool

When it comes to tax investigations, the most common picture we have will be of tax officers sieving through stacks of physical documents, manually searching for red flags of potential tax fraud. While that may have been the case 10 to 15 years ago, the nature of tax investigation has evolved.
July 19, 2020
Connectivity

Connectivity is the key to recovery

We have the opportunity to improve business infrastructure through technology that, in turn, will enable companies and employees to do their jobs more effectively and be more productive.
July 19, 2020
Championing young leaders

Championing bright young leaders

This article first appeared in the July/August issue of CA magazine: https://www.camagazine.co.uk/july2020#!cover The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust is empowering young people across the globe to bring about social change. Its COO, Chris Kelly CA, explains its aims and the values that have informed his journey to Kitty Finsta. Respect. Responsiveness. Integrity. […]
June 21, 2020

Know your ethics

Ethical Issues in Question-Answer Form
June 8, 2020

Catherine Burnet: Pushing the reset

New ICAS President, Catherine Burnet CA, talks to Lysanne Currie about her career, diversity, trust and her hope that the current crisis may be a spur to overhaul the way we do business.