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07 October, 2015 The latest firm movements for networks and associations.
  • 1 in 4 companies say they won't meet BEPS deadline
    06 October, 2015 One quarter of corporate executives, tax and transfer pricing directors have said their companies won’t meet the Base Erosion and Profit shifting deadlines, according to a Thomson Reuters survey.
  • PwC overtakes Deloitte as largest global network
    06 October, 2015 PwC has reported global revenues of US$35.4bn in the year to 30 June 2015, up 4% (10% in local currency according to the network). With these results PwC overtakes Deloitte as the largest global accountancy network, a position Deloitte had...
  • Mixed response to BEPS tax rules
    05 October, 2015 Proposals to tighten global and corporate tax rules, entitled Base Erosion and Profit Sharing (BEPS), were published on Monday by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
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Latest Features

Comment: The biggest shake-up in international tax rules in a generation is here
06 October, 2015 “Is BEPS a step in the right direction?” Francesca Lagerberg, Grant Thornton global leader – tax services asks. She looks at the OECD recent release and highlights the potential risks and opportunities that may arise from this revamp of...
  • Prophetic warning from Jim Peterson
    21 September, 2015 Former in-house lawyer at Arthur Andersen Jim Peterson is about to release a book on the fragililty of the Big Four networks, ahead of the release he talks to sister publication The Accountant editor Carlos Martin Tornero
  • Comprehensive views from the locals
    21 September, 2015 International Accounting Bulletin asked partners from across many of the Latin American countries about the highlights of their respective markets
  • Comment: Profession to the rescue of battered island
    21 September, 2015 Jean Marie Domond, managing partner at Domond & Associés, a Santa Fe Associates member firm, presents his personal view of the challenges faced by his country and the vital role the profession and firms have to play in its development
  • Comment: Groucho Marxism
    11 September, 2015 In his latest editor’s letter, sister publication, The Accountant, editor Carlos Martin Tornero comments on the news that KPMG UK opened a private members club in Mayfair and how it connects with the (uncertain) future of audit
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Country Surveys

India’s winding road ahead
21 September, 2015 Change may be inevitable, but the sheer pace of reform in India over the past 12 months presents the accounting profession with significant challenges. Paul Golden reports
  • After the party, the hangover
    21 September, 2015 Years of abundance in Latin America have been lived up like a party by accounting firms and businesses alike, but now the music has stopped and the hangover has begun to take effect. Nevertheless optimism remains, as Vincent Huck reports
  • 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
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