CFO Ralph Khoury FCPA is based in Dubai, where he runs the ruler over the numbers and strategies for the Middle East media and advertising operations of Omnicom Media Group and TBWA\RAAD.
Would you be willing to spend 10 to 15 years working two jobs, living in rented student-style digs and saving and investing every possible dollar, if it meant you could retire in your 30s? A growing number of millennials think FIRE is worth the sacrifice.
Harry Hoang CPA and Fuzuki Nishimura CPA have worked together for nine years. Together, they have been instrumental in building Tailored Accounts to become a thriving accounting firm and a culturally diverse, healthy workplace that lives and breathes corporate social responsibility.
Sonia Kammell FPCA came to the New South Wales Treasury via banking and enjoys how she can contribute to social outcomes in the public sector.
A new boss is arriving. Do you understand their expectations? How do you build a relationship with them? How do you get on with a manager when you feel they dislike you? Stacey Ashley FCPA shares tips on how to work with a new leader.
When Lindsay Birrell FCPA turned 65 and was required to step down as vice-president of CPA Australia’s European branch, he didn’t feel ready to put his feet up and rest on the laurels of a remarkable career.
Those who don’t think digital risk being left behind, says Harvard Business School professor Karim R. Lakhani. Here’s why developing a digital leadership mindset is a critical skill for finance leaders.
Three accountants from different generations, backgrounds, locations and with different areas of expertise recall their first year running their own accounting practice.
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As CFO of Sidra Medicine, a hospital in Qatar, Loretta Seamer FCPA is drawing on her passion for finance and helping people.
Accountants practising in regional areas say it’s so rewarding they couldn’t live anywhere else. New technology has shrunk the problem of distance, offering a bigger and more varied client base, while the relaxed lifestyle is great for raising a family. Here's why regional accounting firms are a win-win.
Grab any opportunity that comes around that might stretch you and expand your skills, says Anne-Marie Martin CPA.
The gig economy can be a stepping stone to a permanent job. Employers are generally amenable to hiring on a permanent basis people who have done well in a temporary role. Here are the best ways to make the transition.
It’s standard practice to be asked to complete certain tasks during the interview process – but what is reasonable and what isn’t?
Daniel Vankov ASA and Warren Walker CPA met at the Rotary Club of Brisbane, where they now work to help disadvantaged youth.
Small and medium-sized accounting firms are dipping their toes into data engineering, the plumbing behind data-driven advisory.
An accountant for more than 25 years with a long career at EY, as well as a frequent ironman competitor, Bernard Poon FCPA's life is a juxtaposition of skill and passion, offering a wealth of insight for the profession's new generation.
With algorithms now used to scan job applications, how do job seekers ensure their application convinces the algorithm? Hint: it's in the CV keywords.
How do you harness the talents of your team to achieve effective leadership and drive real, measurable business growth?
Good news: accounting professionals who offer the tech, data analysis and communication skills that employers are looking for will be in high demand this year. Here are some steps to enhance your accounting career.