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INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING BULLETIN – WORLD SURVEY SAMPLE PAGES

International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) has released its annual World Survey, finding the accounting industry in robust health. Despite a number of challenges to the industry, the accounting profession remains buoyant across the globe. This was particularly true at the top end of the market, with seven of the top 10 networks reporting double digit growth.

With over 50 networks and associations participating in the survey, performance is broken down by both region and service line. IAB is the leading journal for the accounting industry and Its World Survey is the premier, independent ranking of global accounting networks and associations.

Within these Sample Pages are a cut-down version of our World Survey, independently produced by the editorial team.

Click here to read through the World survey sample pages.

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 Alliances, their members & larger independent firms. 95% of these top 80 alliances 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

Top Content

    Nigeria: building compliance and engagement

    Opportunities created by regulatory and legislative changes in Nigeria are tempered by the fragile state of the economy, although practitioners are generally confident that conditions will improve over the next few years if appropriate steps are taken. Paul Golden reports.

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    Ghana: a quest for consistency

    Ghana’s current economic profile would suggest a fertile landscape for purveyors of accounting services. But inconsistent approaches to compliance and application of standards – coupled with problems in the banking sector and consequent liquidity constraints – have created a challenging environment. Paul Golden writes.

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    Drone technology: audit takes to the skies

    The movement towards a digitised era has already impacted the auditing profession in a number of ways, from blockchain to artificial intelligence. Now firms are taking to sky and using drone technology in their audits. Mishelle Thurai speaks to Big Four firms to find out more.

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    SBC: a new alliance joins the market

    Jonathan Minter speaks to Paul Tutin, chair of founding firm Streets Chartered Accountants, about why the business and its European partners took the decision to launch their own association.

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