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Accounting firms in political crossfire in Russia
30 October, 2014 The US and EU-imposed sanctions on Russia are having a dramatic effect on the country's professional services industry, according to the International Accounting Bulletin's Russia Survey.
  • KPMG US launches KPMG Strategy division
    30 October, 2014 KPMGUS has revamped its strategy offering in the US, setting up KPMG Strategy division, which will help the firm "address growing demand in the marketplace for integrated, end-to-end solutions".
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Latest Features

Industry leaders agree accounting market consolidation is inevitable
28 October, 2014 Speaking at the 2014 IAB Industry Forum in September, network leaders and advisers share their thoughts on how the current consolidation trend will change the market's landscape and impact networks' ownership structures, Vincent Huck reports.
  • Cybersecurity and the threat landscape
    28 October, 2014 New technologies have become an increasingly central part of business. With them have surfaced not only a wide range of nascent opportunities, but also an entirely new set of challenges and threats. Isabella Grotto reports
  • Cuba: Accountancy profession could be key
    26 August, 2014 A new law aimed at luring foreign investment into Cuba may bring unprecedented opportunities for the accountancy profession, but pose further questions about how a communist economy can coexist with the rules of the free market. Carlos Martin...
  • Fair corporate tax regime faces uphill task
    26 August, 2014 At the eve of the first deadline for action from the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Action Plan, hesitation in the business world and scepticism among critics are calling the mission into question. How the plan performs in this first test...
  • Profile: Global leader and a role model for women
    25 July, 2014 EY global vice-chair and markets leader Uschi Schreiber tells Ana Gyorkos how EY’s tagline of building a better working world is far from just a branding exercise. She talks of a values and beliefs-driven business looking to make a change while...
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Country Surveys

Russia survey: Shifting landscape as tensions mount
27 October, 2014 As tensions between Russia and the West persist, weakened currency and tough sanctions take their toll on the Great Bear’s economy and the professional services industry is no exception. As rumours circulate of a crackdown on foreign auditors,...
  • Japan survey: Brighter days dawn in the Land of the Rising Sun
    27 October, 2014 The past year has been a busy period for Japanese accounting firms as growth-orientated government policies, known as Abenomics after prime minister Shinzo Abe, have been implemented and the recovering economy has begun to boost business...
  • Latin American leaders predict modern day gold rush
    23 September, 2014 Positive economic indicators, SMEs going international, and accelerated regional economic integration are sources of optimism for accounting firms in Latin America, as Vincent Huck reports
  • France survey: Signs of resilience in a tough economy
    23 September, 2014 After another year of economic inertia in France, opinion is divided on whether anticipated modest growth in 2014 and 2015 will translate into increased professional activity. Paul Golden reports
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