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Grant Thornton UK students sign up to new audit qualification
27 August, 2015 Thirty five Grant Thornton UK students have signed up for the new integrated qualification (IQ) in audit created by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) and the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA).
  • AGN International rebranding
    21 August, 2015 After a little over a year as AGN International CEO and a lot of groundwork covered, Malcolm Ward meets with International Accounting bulletin to announce the association’s rebranding as the starting point of a new strategy to take the...
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Latest Features

Corbynomics: Everything you always wanted to know about it, explained by Richard Murphy
24 August, 2015 Meet Richard Murphy, the putative father of Corbynomics
  • Excellence through empowerment
    21 August, 2015 After a 35 years career in various leading roles at EY, Nancy Altobello was appointed EY Global vice-chair talent in July 2014. She tells Vincent Huck about the challenges with regards to talent in an organization spread over 150 countries and...
  • Analysis: An offer that couldn’t be refused?
    21 August, 2015 The two largest mid-tier networks have merged and yet nothing was made public and no details have filtered through. The deal filled with secrecy is worthy of one of movie director Francis Ford Coppola best plots, Vincent Huck reports.
  • Power to the employees
    20 July, 2015 Newly appointed CEO of Grant Thornton UK Sacha Romanovitch tells Vincent Huck why she is handing the firm to the staff and how traditional models of leadership are bound to disappear
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Country Surveys

The Netherlands: Bloody, but unbowed
21 August, 2015 In the wake of a series of accounting scandals involving the largest firms in the Netherlands, the Dutch profession pressed by politicians took the matter at hand and is now implementing a number of measures to address culture and behaviour within...
  • South Korea: Slow improvement in a sluggish environment
    21 August, 2015 South Korea’s accounting market continues to experience fierce audit fee competition as mid-tier firms increase efforts to expand their market share, putting Big Four practices’ audit service pricing under intense pressure, David Hayes reports
  • Mexico Survey: rankings
    21 August, 2015 International Accounting Bulletin 2015 rankings of Networks and Associations in Mexico
  • Africa survey: Hear the roar of the African women’s silence
    20 July, 2015 African leader and pro-feminist Thomas Sankara said in the eighties that he could hear the roar of women’s silence. Nearly 30 years later, African women leaders tell Carlos Martin Tornero and Vincent Huck the challenges they face to lead...
  • Africa survey: African regulators face Big Four lobbying
    20 July, 2015 At the Africa Congress of Accountants (ACOA15) four heads of African regulatory bodies from four countries tell Carlos Martin Tornero and Vincent Huck about the difficulties they face in fostering strong regulatory frameworks independently from...
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