Meet the team elected by participant firms to implement the Praxity vision.
Praxity has won the IAB ‘Association of the Year 2017'.
Read the latest news and insight in the Praxity HUB magazine.
Find out why Praxity is the world’s largest alliance of independent accountancy and consulting firms.
Watch participant firms explain the benefits of working together to deliver seamless global service.
Discover how to find the perfect firm for your client.
The multiple benefits of working with Praxity participant firms worldwide.
Find out how clients benefit from seamless service.
Growth underlines the global alliance's leading position in the accounting sector.
China’s mammoth project to create a third global trade axis is taking shape and Hong Kong is ideally positioned to take advantage.
As ‘differentiating’ your business features high on the accountancy profession’s agenda, we take a whistle-stop tour of good marketing practice.
Praxity’s tips on getting the most out of a conference without missing out or burning out.
When false news spreads like wildfire, businesses and their accountants can reinforce their position as the guardians of truth and trust.
Respecting human rights is set to become critical to a company’s success as pressure mounts on business to be more transparent.
What a balance sheet currently shows is interesting, but what it hides is often more crucial.
Almost three quarters of global and intangible value are not reflected in balance sheets.
Globalisation has brought the issue of human rights around the world into sharp focus, and today's businesses need to play their part in driving up standards of welfare for all.
How retention and advancement can improve gender balance in the workforce.
After a decade of consistent growth since its foundation in April 2007, International Accounting Bulletin’s ‘Association of the Year’ – Praxity – recently celebrated its tenth anniversary.
The Fourth Revolution is expected to yield a host of technological innovations but is this progress a good thing for business, or does it just increase risk?