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Overcoming Men’s Health Barriers

Maintaining and achieving good health is imperative for our physical and mental wellbeing.

However, there are barriers that can get in the way of keeping our body and mind healthy, especially for men. Therefore, it is important to recognise what prevents or deters men from seeking help and support when it comes to their health.

Fordham University Gabelli School of Business Partners with Chartered Accountants Worldwide Network USA

The Fordham University Gabelli School of Business recently partnered with the Chartered Accountants Worldwide (CAW) Network USA, the first regional network to be established by Chartered Accountants Worldwide. CAW Network USA supports over 7,000 Chartered Accountants who are living and working in the USA, helping to raise the profile of Chartered Accountancy in the world’s largest economy.

Fordham University Gabelli School of Business Serves as Host for One Young World’s 2022 Summit USA Hive in New York City

Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business was recently chosen to serve as the host for One Young World’s 2022 Summit USA Hive in New York City. The School was one of only four educational institutions around the world in the USA, Japan, Brazil, and South Africa to be given this prestigious designation.

The Silent Pandemic – Insights from Difference Makers Discuss… Mental Health Matters

As Chartered Accountants, we can bring about change in the organisations we work for, shine a light on the issue both locally – and globally.

Difference Makers Discuss is a series of webinars that offers a platform to have those discussions, and, in this episode, we focus on mental health matters.

Modern slavery and the role of accountants

By: Susan Rossney, Sustainability Officer for Chartered Accountants Ireland On 29 June 2022, Chartered Accountants Ireland partnered with Chartered Accountants Worldwide Network USA for a webinar on how accountants can tackle global modern slavery. While accountants are by no means at the forefront of the global fight against modern slavery, they […]

Wellness

The Silent Pandemic – Insights from Difference Makers Discuss… Mental Health Matters

As Chartered Accountants, we can bring about change in the organisations we work for, shine a light on the issue both locally – and globally.

Difference Makers Discuss is a series of webinars that offers a platform to have those discussions, and, in this episode, we focus on mental health matters.

Shining a light on mental health

Shining a light on mental health; the issues facing the accountancy profession

caba publishes whitepaper: Shining a light on mental health; the issues facing the accountancy profession. Released to coincide with Stress Awareness Month, this explores stress and burnout within the accountancy profession and features original research, analysis and advice.

A Life of Vitality

A life of vitality

A life that is full of happiness, vibrancy, and vitality is something we all hope for and strive to achieve. But what does a life of vitality actually entail? Vitality is defined as the state of being strong and active, being full of life and energy. It is the exuberance […]

Mens Health Barriers

Overcoming Men’s Health Barriers

Maintaining and achieving good health is imperative for our physical and mental wellbeing.

However, there are barriers that can get in the way of keeping our body and mind healthy, especially for men. Therefore, it is important to recognise what prevents or deters men from seeking help and support when it comes to their health.

Sustainability & SDGs

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Modern slavery and the role of accountants

By: Susan Rossney, Sustainability Officer for Chartered Accountants Ireland On 29 June 2022, Chartered Accountants Ireland partnered with Chartered Accountants Worldwide Network USA for a webinar on how accountants can tackle global modern slavery. While accountants are by no means at the forefront of the global fight against modern slavery, they […]

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Global accounting bodies urge profession-wide commitment to reverse nature loss

Collaborating as part of the Global Accounting Alliance (GAA), the CEOs are signing the call to action ‘Nature is Everyone’s Business’, to signal the important role the profession plays in this crisis.

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The incoming global baseline for sustainability disclosures: the ISSB consultation

An open letter from the CEO

The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) recently commenced consultation on two new draft standards setting out sustainability-related and climate-related disclosure requirements.

Climate Change

Starting a sustainability reporting revolution

Investors are demanding better reporting on ESG issues and a new sustainability standard setter may deliver what’s required.

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Getting ESG and CEO incentives right

As firms rush to implement climate change and ESG principles, questions on pay and incentive arise. Recent research advises caution and offers guidance.

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Another step towards more accurate sustainability reporting

Researchers have come up with a new model to estimate carbon capture by trees enabling more accurate sustainability reporting.

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What to expect from 2022 – Part 2

In Part 2, ICAEW Chief Executive and Chair of Chartered Accountants Worldwide, Michael Izza, discusses non-financial reporting, public sector finances, and the big tech trends of 2022.

Digital Disruption

Digitalisation of tax 2022

Digitalisation of tax: international perspectives – 2022 edition

Digitalisation is transforming how tax is reported and paid, with significant innovation and investment occurring in countries of all kinds. There is no single pathway to digitalisation, as our case studies show, but there is something to be learned from all of them.

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Ukraine crisis: the cyber threat from Russia is real

As politicians and businesses take a public stance against Russia, members should be prepared for some kind of retribution from its cyber agents.

Insights Podcast

Digital assets and inflation issues

On the latest ICAEW Insights podcast, we speak to Jamie Bartlett, author and presenter about the importance of digital assets.

Covid-19 - Global Recovery

Professional Accountants – Silent Heroes of the Pandemic

Owen Mavengere, the Technical Director at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe (ICAZ) looks back at the last two years, and at the future as well, from a business leader viewpoint, particularly those with a professional accounting background.

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How to tackle the pandemic’s effect on social mobility

Findings from research by the Resolution Foundation give key insights into what needs to be done to repair social mobility after the pandemic.
The shockwaves sent through the economy, labour market and children’s education by the pandemic must be addressed to repair social mobility, according to the Resolution Foundation.

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Shaping the next phase of work – and beyond

As we embark on shaping the next phase of work, there is a mix of concern and excitement about getting the transition right. Kevin Empey explores what leaders can do with this once-in-a-generation opportunity to mould the future of work here and now.

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The COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and opportunities for women entrepreneurs

While women entrepreneurs optimistically face the future in order to succeed, we cannot ignore the uneven challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic

Economics

The Finance+ insight series

ICAS has something new for 2022. The Finance+ insight series helps put you in the bigger picture, exploring the key issues and opportunities for today’s finance professional.

How to approach social mobility on a global level

Managing social mobility in a global organisation requires coherent guidance that applies across multiple offices, geographies and societies.

Ethics

Modern slavery and the role of accountants

By: Susan Rossney, Sustainability Officer for Chartered Accountants Ireland On 29 June 2022, Chartered Accountants Ireland partnered with Chartered Accountants Worldwide Network USA for a webinar on how accountants can tackle global modern slavery. While accountants are by no means at the forefront of the global fight against modern slavery, they […]

Diversity

Pride: from celebration to inclusion

Being proud of who you are is a wonderful feeling. But what if you had to constantly hide who you are out of fear? Éirénne Carroll tells us her story and what we can do to make the workplace more inclusive. 

Leadership

Professional Accountants – Silent Heroes of the Pandemic

Owen Mavengere, the Technical Director at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe (ICAZ) looks back at the last two years, and at the future as well, from a business leader viewpoint, particularly those with a professional accounting background.

Global Trade

Diversify markets and innovate systems to thrive in 2022

ICAEW’s latest Business Confidence Monitor lays the path for a complex year ahead for some manufacturers, with staff shortages, tax burdens and government support difficulties all highlighted as bumps in the road.