Chartered Accountants Worldwide is launching a new strategic initiative aimed at positioning Chartered Accountants as reliable, trusted voices and catalysts for change to help get businesses and economies moving again.
Using the organising concept of ‘Difference Makers’, the programme connects the role of Chartered Accountants...
The Conference, which highlighted the changing audit and business landscape, and the challenges brought about by the pandemic, also discussed the strategies that practitioners could adopt to build up their resilience for tomorrow.
In the brighter future when historians write about the Covid-19 crisis, it will hopefully be, for the audit profession, a tale of human ingenuity and adaptability.
ICAEW maintains a number of Boards and Committees to guide our work interacting with regulators, standard setters and legislators. ICAEW are advertising for applicants to join their Technical Boards and Committees in 2021.
On 19 November 2020 ACAUS and Chartered Accountants Worldwide (CAW) joined together to form Chartered Accountants Worldwide Network USA to provide support and to connect over 7,000 Chartered Accountants who are living and working in the USA.
Chartered accountancy body ICAEW has today announced its intention to become carbon neutral in 2020. As a long-term champion of sustainability issues, ICAEW will be the first major professional body to be carbon neutral. This summer, ICAEW’s Board endorsed a plan to become carbon neutral, which also included a 10-year […]
As firms move closer to a potential return to office working, ICAS has put together a toolkit and further guidance to aid the planning process. Employers are required by law to protect their employees; careful consideration of your operations is therefore required in order to identify the necessary, and important, […]
Uncertainties brought about by COVID-19 on Singapore’s businesses have implications on going concern assessments and potentially increases the risk of financial reporting fraud. Remote working arrangements due to Singapore’s circuit breaker measures also have an impact on the operation of internal controls.