The irony of timing will not be lost on the author of the article ‘Politics remains rooted at the top of the economic agenda’ (in Finance Director, 18 April), which opened with ‘Foreign Exchange markets often reflect political fears, so the fact that none of the major currencies has moved dramatically this year is testament to the lack of big surprises.’
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Can accountancy be socially conscious?
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Will the cloud change accountancy in 2017
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Where have all the people gone?
As the accounting profession becomes more automated, firms risk overlooking their most important asset – their people.