Mid-sized businesses (MSBs) face a unique set of challenges but support is thin on the ground.
Will the fallout from the Paradise Papers change accounting?
Publication of the Paradise Papers sparked calls for global tax reform and increased pressure on big companies to be more open about their tax affairs to avoid a public mauling.
Minimising the risks of multi-currency accounting
As companies expand internationally, the economic and financial risks increase significantly. Managing foreign currency exposure is critical in mitigating one of the biggest risks.
Planet earth is dying. Are multinationals finally taking it seriously?
For decades, global businesses have been under pressure to demonstrate a commitment to environmental protection. Climate-related disclosure could be the tipping point...
Boom or bust: what next for the sharing economy?
After their meteoric rise, Uber and Airbnb are bearing the brunt of a backlash against unregulated practices in the sharing economy.
Sustainable finance: the start of a revolution
The willingness to adopt sustainable finance is here. Now it’s a question of just how far finance and business leaders are prepared to go.
Bitcoin: bubble or revolution?
Is the digital currency heading for a meltdown or here to stay?
Time to take blockchain seriously
Blockchain could become the ‘go to’ technology to settle financial transactions and carry out day to day business processes. Can you afford to ignore it?
Can marketing make all the difference?
As ‘differentiating’ your business features high on the accountancy profession’s agenda, we take a whistle-stop tour of good marketing practice.
New assurance guidance from Mazars and Shift puts human rights at the heart of corporate governance debate
New guidance helps internal auditors and external assurance practitioners assess companies’ human rights performance and reporting.