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Despite challenges in technology and recruitment, Canadian firm leaders remain optimistic on their ability to react to the global uncertainty in the market and make the most of the current commercial opportunities. Stephanie Wix reports.
International Accounting Bulletin 2016 rankings of Networks and Associations in the USA
International Accounting Bulletin 2016 rankings of Networks and Associations in Canada
What an uncertain world
International Accounting Bulletin 2017 rankings of Networks and Associations globally
Volatility is a fact of life for those who operate in the accounting profession, but the sheer scale of events in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia over the last 12 months has underlined the geographical challenges – and opportunities – facing accounting firms, Paul Golden reports.
Professionals share their expectations on opportunities and challenges coming out of Asia and Africa.Compiled by Stephanie Wix
Professionals share their concerns and expectations for what might come out of the new administration in place in the USA as well as the political turmoil in Latin America.Compiled by Stephanie Wix
Professionals share their concerns about the impact of Brexit on the Eurozone and of other political changes in Europe that will affect markets and economies. Compiled by Stephanie Wix
Industry feedback suggests that it is more important than ever for firms to offer career development opportunities as well as adapt to new recruitment practices. Paul Golden reports