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SMEs reputation at risk of cyber attack
11 February, 2016 Small businesses are putting their reputation at risk by underestimating the impact of cyber-attacks, new research has found.
  • FRC says audits in UK are not consistent
    08 February, 2016 UK firms are not maintaining a consistently high standard of auditing and some work is falling short of expectations, according to the UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) latest audit quality review.
  • Probe into KPMG's audit of failed bank HBOS intensifies
    05 February, 2016 The British Treasury Select Committee has upped political pressure on the UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) over its probe into KPMG’s audit work for failed bank HBOS in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis
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Latest Features

Comment: PAC inquiry into Google - Grandstanding and bear-baiting a distraction from the real issues
11 February, 2016 RSM senior tax partner George Bull responds to today’s Public Accounts Committee hearing into Google’s tax deal with HMRC
  • The new kid on the block
    08 February, 2016 Allinial Global president Terry Snyder explains his organisation’s split with PKF and the plans for the future, vincent Huck reports
  • Fresh start for PKF North America
    08 February, 2016 PKF International chief executive John Sim talks with Vincent Huck following the split with ARAF and shares the latest developments for PKF International in the region.
  • Non-audit services and staff monitor: UK
    03 February, 2016 A test on the balance between services that will shape the future of the profession by The Accountant in association with sister title International Accounting Bulletin and data analysis by Joanne Chin
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Country Surveys

World Survey 2016: Data
03 February, 2016
  • Britain keeps calm and carries on
    17 December, 2015 Despite a slight slowdown in the economic recovery, the UK’s economy and regulatory framework remains attractive for foreign investors. And despite some challenges, for accounting firms it seems to be business as usual. Vincent Huck reports
  • Welcome to Australia’s Ideas Boom
    17 December, 2015 An ambitious new prime minister, the countries fourth in two years, is set to implement a series of changes to the Australian business and economic environments which will have a ripple effect on the country accountancy firms, Franchesca Hashemi...
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Investigation into the acceptance of gifts and hospitality
11 February, 2016 Press release by the National Audit Office
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