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Turkey: Surge in audit opportunities challenged by fee pressure
22 May, 2015 Fee pressure is threatening the benefits of a sudden influx of audit-seeking clients into the Turkish market, the International Accounting Bulletin's Turkey survey has found.
  • Morison International chairman steps down
    21 May, 2015 Morison International chairman Jean-Pierre Larroze has announced he will step down after 14 years at the helm of the association, effective 1 January 2016.
  • GGI expands in Germany
    20 May, 2015 Geneva Group International (GGI) has added firm Böhmer, Bethmann & Partner to its association in Germany.
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Latest Features

Political donations are a way of influencing policy and buying influence: Austin Mitchell former MP
22 May, 2015 International Accounting Bulletin sister publication The Accountant interviewed retiring Labour MP for Great Grimsby Austin Mitchell for our special report on political donations within the accountancy profession, ahead of the UK general election...
  • Faltering economy sails closer to the rocks
    20 May, 2015 As the Greek bail out drama seems to have entered its final act, the country’s accounting industry finds itself trapped in an unmoving market where uncertainty reigns, fees are plummeting, and the future is unpredictable. Loukia Gyftopoulou reports
  • Big Four help out UK political parties
    20 May, 2015 With the UK General Election over, Carlos Martin Tornero finds the three mainstream UK political parties were beneficiaries of donations and free secondments from the top accountancy firms
  • Grant Thornton UK adopts shared enterprise model
    20 May, 2015 Grant Thornton UK is to become a shared enterprise business in the hope of achieving ambitious growth numbers fuelled by employee engagement and shared rewards. Loukia Gyftopoulou reports
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Country Surveys

Spain survey: Beleaguered economy cheers up
21 May, 2015 The Spanish accounting profession could be said to be experiencing mixed emotions as concerns over proposed changes to audit rules are tempered by an upturn in business sentiment as the economy continues to recover. Paul Golden reports
  • Turkey survey: Prosperity at the crucial east-west crossroad
    21 May, 2015 A recent boom in the number of audit-seeking clients is welcome news for Turkey's accounting industry, but any benefit could be lost as firms remain locked in a deadly price war. Against a backdrop of political and economic uncertainty, Isabella...
  • China survey: Big Two square up
    22 April, 2015 International regulatory stand-offs, reforms, and economic slowdown are the ingredients of a challenging and dynamic Chinese market where firms have to tread with care, as Vincent Huck reports
  • Singapore survey: Firms venture into the lion’s den
    24 March, 2015 Tough competition for clients and talent, and high operational costs, combined with ample opportunities in the market make Singapore a key but tricky jurisdiction for accounting firms, as Vincent Huck reports.
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