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KPMG investigated by South African regulator

  • 16,47,21,07,2017

South Africa regulator, the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA) has announced earlier this month that it would launch an investigation... read more

The consultative advisory group of IPSASB elects its first chair

  • 16,15,21,07,2017

The consultative advisory group (CAG) of the International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB) has elected Thomas Müller-Marqués... read more

USA standards setter urged by politicians and securities officials to introduce country-by-country tax reporting

  • 14,33,21,07,2017

Members of the USA House of Representatives and members of the SEC's Investor Advisory Committee (IAC) have separately sent a letter to the... read more

Few UK businesses are making plans for life after Brexit, ICAEW’s research finds

  • 15,34,20,07,2017

Twenty nine percent of UK businesses have made plans for life after Brexit while 43% have conducted meetings discussing the opportunities and risks... read more

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Surviving the machines

  • 16,15,11,07,2017

Since the industrial revolution, there is a latent fear that machines will replace humans in the workplace. The counter argument to that fear has... read more

Pay me if you can

  • 09,40,7,07,2017

CPA Australia’s CEO fall from grace over pay package is only half of the story read more

Reforming tax: The EU Commission and OECD shared Goals, but different delivery

  • 12,53,4,07,2017

European Commission Directorate General for Taxation and Customs director Valère Moutarlier and OECD’s Center for Tax Policy and Administration... read more

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Comment: Manners matter

  • 11,59,21,07,2017

By Græme Gordon, executive director, Praxity read more

Editor's letter: When it comes to tax, it’s all about swimming with the elephants

  • 13,27,4,07,2017

In French politics, an elephant is an influential member of the Labour Party. Pierre Moscovici a member of the French Labour Party since 1984, who served as minister for finance and economy under France’s immediate past president Francois Holland, could arguably fit the label. read more

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