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The Journal of the Global Accounting Alliance

18/08/2016
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The eight technologies businesses need to plan for

By Eleanor O’Neill New research from PwC has identified the eight technology ‘megatrends’ that businesses should consider in the coming years. The study assessed emerging technologies based on business impact and commercial viability over the next five to seven years, … Continue reading

10/08/2016
by GAA Accounting
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What does Brexit mean for UK business?

By Robert Outram Robert Outram speaks to CAs and other experts after the Brexit vote to find out what the UK’s future outside of the EU means for business. Clear answers and decisive action should be priorities for the Government, … Continue reading

10/08/2016
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Five Chartered Accountants who became CEOs

By Eleanor O’Neill Are you aspiring to that executive office and wondering how to get there? Eleanor O’Neill speaks to five CAs who have risen to the top to find out the secrets of their success.

10/08/2016
by GAA Accounting
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How is the accountancy and finance world using artificial intelligence?

By Eleanor O’Neill Artificial intelligence (AI) has been implemented in multiple industries, from stock trading to hospitals, and Google has singled it out as the next big thing. As Uschi Schreiber, Chair of the Global Accounts Committee at EY, wrote … Continue reading

insolvency practitioner

15/06/2016
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ICAS issues first insolvency partial authorisation

By David Menzies ICAS has issued its first insolvency practitioner authorisation under the new partial authorisation regime. The development is the latest in a number of positive advances made in the area of IP regulation. ICAS has become the first professional … Continue reading

15/06/2016
by GAA Accounting
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Finance leaders want ‘end to offshore tax havens’

By Andrew Harbison, CA Today An ICAS/The Times UK Finance Leaders’ Survey suggests more than 80% of UK finance leaders want “governments and international agencies to bring about the end of offshore tax havens”. The first joint survey by ICAS and The Times … Continue reading