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International Accounting Bulletin – Sample Pages – Germany Survey, Panel discussion on digital transformation & shifting business models along with interview with Allinial Global president and CEO Terry Snyder

Within these Sample Pages is our Country Survey on Germany which takes a look at Recruitment issues, Technology & the impact of brexit on this highly developed market. With brexit potentially creating new opportunities for firms with the relocation of UK headquarters, a potential stumbling block on capitalising on this has been the difficulty in appealing to the younger generation of graduates.

Additionally, we’ve included a panel discussion on digital transformation & shifting business models from our recent conference which we were delighted to have IFA, AICPA-CIMA, Inflo, PwC and Validis part off. Allinial Global won our ‘Association of the Year award’ so our editors spoke with president and CEO Terry Snyder who explained how associations should be helping firms keep up in the accounting technological arms race.

Click here to read through the features.

Each day International Accounting Bulletin’s independent editorial team focus their attention on key trends, markets and business issues impacting the Accounting industry. As the only editorially independent and globally focused briefing service, we are the go-to source for networks & associations along with their members plus larger independent firms. 95% of these top 80 organisations access International Accounting Bulletin to gather reliable insight and opinion on how the industry is developing, along with proprietary world, regional and over 40 country level surveys to support fee and staff benchmarking.

This is a sample of IAB content so we’d welcome the opportunity to explain IAB, understand your priorities and establish if access would be useful.

Email briefings@verdict.co.uk for further information.

Thanks for your time.

The International Accounting Bulletin team

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