We are living in unprecedented times. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is sweeping the globe leaving almost no community untouched – both from a human and an economic perspective. With most affected countries now in various states of ‘lockdown’ to flatten the curve, both the local – and worldwide – economies […]
3 March 2020: the spread of coronavirus is disrupting global markets and affecting company operations, supply chains and staffing. This has implications for the work of group auditors. ICAEW has issued guidance to help firms address the challenges, writes Penny Sukhraj.
One Young World (OYW) and Chartered Accountants Worldwide (CAW), in collaboration with the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), will be launching Finance and Business (FinBiz) 2030 in Johannesburg, South Africa on 6 February 2020 at Investec.
Exclusively available to over 750,000 qualified chartered accountants who are members of one of the 14 institutes which are part of Chartered Accountants Worldwide, the new network member logo can be used in email signatures, websites, social media, letterheads and stationery.
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.