The war of words between the US and China over Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) masks a shift in policy that could make China more attractive to international businesses.
Expertise on reporting standards
Public and private sector organisations face a major challenge in understanding and complying with reporting requirements around the world.
Why US tax reform is good and bad for accountancy firms
Accountancy firms face a double-edged sword as they get to grips with President Donald Trump’s sweeping new tax reforms.
US tax reform: what does it mean for business?
“Something beautiful” is happening to the US tax system according to President Donald Trump. Is he right?
The vital role of accountancy in China’s Belt and Road Initiative
China’s bid to create a third global trade axis could be good news for accountancy in more ways than one.
Fasten your seatbelts: China is creating a new global trade axis
If the hype is to be believed, China’s Belt and Road initiative will develop infrastructure and trade in local communities and across vast regions and continents.
The ethics of Paradise
Rightly or wrongly, it comes as no surprise to find accountancy in the firing line following the publication of the Paradise Papers, the second biggest data leak in history after the Panama Papers.
Nangia & Co LLP expands its reach and enhances its services by joining Praxity Global Alliance
After a decade of exponential growth, leading India-based accountancy firm Nangia & Co LLP has joined Praxity Global Alliance, the world’s largest alliance of independent accounting and consulting firms.
Making sense of reporting standards
As business becomes more global, more and more accountancy firms are having to get to grips with the complex world of international financial reporting.
Chalking up a positive experience with Praxity’s secondments blackboard
Praxity’s new secondments blackboard aims to ensure both individuals and firms can enjoy the rich benefits of these capability-building opportunities, as soon as they arise.