Recent revisions to the integrated reporting framework are expected offer greater accessibility and ease of understanding for companies when communicating to stakeholders.
Two years on from the release of the final Royal Commission report, Australia's financial services industry remains in a state of flux, with new layers of complexity and regulation.
In a largely upbeat 2021-22 Budget, the Hong Kong Government is offering electronic consumer vouchers for residents while increasing the stamp duty on stock trading to help raise revenue.
Singapore unveiled an expansionary Budget 2021 that balances providing additional support to help businesses and people manage through COVID-19 together with reforms to deal with long-term challenges.
Singapore unveiled a wide-ranging Budget 2021 that focuses on continued economic restructuring to deal with long-term challenges while balancing the immediate priorities of supporting its businesses and people through COVID-19.
For some accountants, the challenges of 2020 are now the opportunities of 2021. Here are some of the trends that lie ahead.
The landscape of corporate reporting is entering a period of re-imagining, starting with the all-important step of increased focus on climate risk reporting.
The 2020 update of the IFRS Due Process Handbook clarifies the role of IFRIC agenda decisions within the IFRS framework. Here are the facts accountants need to know.
The persistent threat of climate change makes it a difficult issue to comprehend. Here’s how accountants can be proactive and help to alleviate their own ‘eco-anxiety’.
Security concerns have hampered the widespread adoption of electronic signatures, but attitudes are evolving in the wake of the remote working revolution.
Learning to recognise early signs of trouble, and partnering with an insolvency expert, can help public practitioners save their clients from going under.
Digital reporting has been successfully adopted overseas, but Australian corporates are yet to be convinced.
The pandemic has created a whole new set of challenges for accountants – from untangling complex stimulus schemes and adapting to new technology, to leading staff and clients through uncharted waters, and safeguarding their own and their clients’ businesses. This is how two CPAs have risen to the challenges of 2020.
Much of the world has experienced some sort of shutdown this year, with governments implementing financial support strategies to keep their economies from slipping into a recession amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The trend towards digital transformation is accelerating, increasing the importance of FinTech adoption.
The pandemic has changed how we work – and where we work from. How much will it change demand for key accounting skills? Three experts weigh in.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies need to think about much more than their bottom line.
As we tighten our collective belt in the wake of the pandemic, subscription services are escaping the dreaded ‘unsubscribe’.
PwC estimates that Australian workers are underpaid by A$1.35 billion in entitlements each year, and that 13 per cent of the workforce is affected by the underpayments annually.
Data visualisation tools are cheaper, smarter and more accessible than ever before. Here’s how you can use them to communicate financial insights.