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  1. Andreas Barckow: What’s on the new IASB chair’s agenda?

    The new IASB chair Andreas Barckow says he wants to accelerate the digitisation of financial reporting...

  2. Specialist shares why risk experts are in demand

    The Chartered Accountants ANZ Risk Specialisation Program was a way for Westpac’s Chithroobi Gunaratnam CA to consolidate her knowledge in an increasingly complex field...

  3. Are you a future leader?

    Calling on young CAs to participate in our Future Leaders edition - sharing their exceptional leadership, innovation and commitment to community...

  4. Meet the 2021 CA ANZ President: Dr Nives Botica Redmayne FCA

    Dr Nives Botica Redmayne FCA has a deep passion to make education accessible and appropriate, and business more sustainable...

  5. New AASB chair’s virtual kick off

    The coronavirus pandemic gave Dr Keith Kendall, the new chair of Australia’s accounting standard setter, a curious start...

  6. Sir David Tweedie: “Nobody can fool you with numbers”

    Sir David Tweedie didn’t plan on being an accountant, but ended up chairing the International Accounting Standards Board...

  7. The Mea Culpa effect: what you should self-report

    It’s critical all CA ANZ members understand their obligation to self-report any potential disciplinary matters against them...

  8. Financial reporting must change, says XRB chair Michele Embling FCA

    XRB chair Michele Embling FCA is on a mission to get important, non-financial information into financial reports...

  9. Charity starts with good reporting

    Jamie Cattell CA, the 2019 Young CA Regional Advocate Wellington, helps to lift financial reporting standards for charities...

  10. Kris Peach FCA: The push and pull of changing standards

    The AASB’s Kris Peach FCA has faced friction and pushback over changing accounting standards, but she’s not fazed...

  11. Listen: KPMG chair walks a tightrope

    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?...

  12. Help is there for a disciplinary hearing

    How should accountants approach a disciplinary hearing? Dennis Robertson FCA shares insights from years of sitting on CA ANZ’s Australian Disciplinary Tribunal...

  13. IFAC President Rachel Grimes on leading with conviction

    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...

  14. Frank Owen: the voice of experience

    After a career spanning five decades, Frank Owen FCA is now giving back to chartered accountants and the accounting industry...

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