Money makes the world go round, but it can land chartered accountants in hot water when the cash belongs to clients...
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After a career spanning five decades, Frank Owen FCA is now giving back to chartered accountants and the accounting industry...
QBE’s Colleen Chapman CA says clear communication is key for accountants to succeed at business partnering. So is trust...
What is client money? Client money is any money coming into the control of a member in public practice, or any of the member’s personnel which are the property of a client. It includes money...
From time to time, the NZ Regulatory Board reviews and updates NZICA ethical and professional standards that apply to all NZ members of CA ANZ...
How should accountants approach a disciplinary hearing? Dennis Robertson FCA shares insights from years of sitting on CA ANZ’s Australian Disciplinary Tribunal...
The coronavirus pandemic gave Dr Keith Kendall, the new chair of Australia’s accounting standard setter, a curious start...
KPMG Australia’s new chairman Alison Kitchen, whose audit career spans more than 30 years, wants her firm to open up to the public. Can that plan survive in a sceptical era?...
Acuity speaks with Sydney-based Rachel Grimes FCA, the newly elected president of the International Federation of Accountants...
New president of the International Federation of Accountants, Rachel Grimes FCA, is prepared to roll up her sleeves and help as the accounting profession faces significant changes...
New Zealand’s CFO of the year, Jennifer Whooley, has built her career in commercial property...
Tranche 2 of Australia’s anti-money laundering laws will expand accountants’ obligations, but could also open opportunities...
What’s the way forward when you appear before the Disciplinary Tribunal and your membership is not terminated?...
Levels of trust have crashed, but accountants can play a big role in healing public faith in business and the finance sector...
Entering a joint venture with a client isn’t against CA’s ANZ Code of Ethics, but conflicts of interest can arise...