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  1. President’s letter: A proud profession

    The skills of chartered accountants can address bigger global challenges and make a difference for our communities...

  2. How disciplinary bodies work

    Accountants have ethical and professional standards, but when a dispute arises independent disciplinary bodies are called upon to make decisions. What are these bodies and how do they operate?...

  3. R U OK day – time to pause and reflect

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand gets behind R U OK day this Thursday, taking time to connect with people around us and support anyone struggling...

  4. A countdown to the global financial crisis

    The world was hit with the global finance crisis (GFC) in 2007, but 15 years on have we learned any lessons? A new book takes a timely look at the GFC from a fresh perspective...

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  5. Conduct unbecoming: How cyber bullying crashed work culture

    Despite many employees having less face-to-face contact with colleagues during COVID lockdowns, bullying in the workplace continues to rear its ugly, insidious head...

  6. Support act: Bruce Gilkison FCA

    Bruce Gilkison FCA, director of consultancy company Climate for Change, works with businesses to help them reduce emissions and to protect wildlife and the planet...

  7. That was then. What’s next?

    Increased government spending and stimulus packages did a fine job of cushioning the COVID-19 blow to the economy. Fiscal policy had a good pandemic!...

  8. 5 tips for writing trophy-winning award nominations

    Discover how to craft a trophy-worthy award submission that both addresses the criteria and builds an impactful story...

  9. Anxiety, stress and accounting

    Financial concerns are a leading cause of worry for Australians, which can have a flow-on effect for their mental wellbeing. A clinical psychologist explains. Brought to you by HCF...

  10. One+One: Return to Work

    CA ANZ’s Mentor Exchange: Return to Work program connects members who have recently returned to the profession or are contemplating a career break...

  11. Meet the CA: Karen Draper CA

    Karen Draper CA is a director at Wallace Diack Chartered Accountants in Marlborough, New Zealand where she was born and raised, and is a representative on the Local Committee that advises CA ANZ...

  12. President’s letter: Sustainability ties bind nations and build diverse careers for CAs

    Chartered Accountants in Australia, New Zealand and Asia face the collective challenge of increasing sustainable practices to address climate change...

  13. The August–September issue of Acuity Magazine is out now

    Look into the genesis of six flourishing startups founded by CAs and find out if automating audit will work for your practice...

  14. Inspiring CA’s global swim for mental health

    Andrew Donaldson CA is a champion open water swimmer who’s tackling one of the swimming world’s greatest feats of endurance...

  15. Dangerous liaisons for accountants

    Trying to help a client isn’t an excuse for neglecting your own duties of due diligence and ethical conduct. There are times when CAs should walk away...

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