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Financial institutions do not necessarily carry the risk appetite to fund innovative ideas generated by the younger generation. Businesses could act in a partnership role and become a vehicle of investment for young people’s businesses.
I’ve always wanted a job where I can wake up in the morning and be really excited about what I do and that’s exactly how I’ve felt over the past year. Definitely there are days when it’s stressful but when you meet the people you impact through your work, it makes a huge difference.
The impact of digital technologies is an important topic for professional accountants working in businesses around the world. Technology provides finance functions with many opportunities to do things better, but it also changes the business context in which finance operates.
International Charity Fraud Awareness Week brings together everyone involved in the charity and not-for-profit sectors to raise awareness and share good practice in tackling fraud and financial crime. It runs 21 – 25 October.
In June 2019, a panel of experts gathered in Dubai to debate the consequences for trust when it comes face to face with technology that’s disrupting industries across the globe. See a selection of images from the event.
Trust is a time-honoured commodity in finance, but what happens when it comes face to face with technology that’s disrupting industries across the globe? A panel of experts will debate this pressing business issue in Dubai later this month.
Attitudes, aims and education are among the challenges facing the finance and business community in working towards achieving the 2030 UN sustainable development goals (SDGs). Those were the conclusions from Chartered Accountants Worldwide delegates after the Finance & Business2030 conference in London.
Tuesday night (2 April) saw the launch of Finance & Business2030, a key sustainability programme bringing leaders in the city together to help implement the UN Sustainable Development goals. Finance professionals from various sectors came together to develop a plan of action for the community focused on how best to achieve the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) by 2030.