By Michelle Perry Hilary Lindsay, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales’ second female President, talks to Michelle Perry about why the profession must invest for the future amid post-Brexit uncertainty and the continuing evolvement of the role of CPAs. As A Plus meets Hilary Lindsay, new President of the Institute of Chartered… Read More Interview with Hilary Lindsay, ICAEW president
Devoted to one family and one firm, Andrew Hannington CA(SA) says he follows the Japanese model. Read his secrets of being a solution-finder and juggling the role as CEO of Grant Thornton JHB and his big family. Lynn Grala interviews him. It’s almost two years since Andrew Hannington took the reins as CEO of Grant… Read More An Interview with Andrew Hannington, CEO of Grant Thornton JHB
By George W. Russell Combining national accounting institutes is a rare event. George W. Russell asks Lee White, Chief Executive Officer of the recently constituted Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, about working across borders in an age of globalization. As the rain pounds down, saturating the streets of central Sydney, Lee White is unfazed by the disappearance of the viewacross picturesque Darling Harbour… Read More An Interview with Lee White, Chief Executive Officer of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
ICAEW and Maybank integrate the prestigious ACA qualification for Global Maybank Apprentice Programme talents. Maybank and ICAEW have launched the Global Maybank Apprentice Programme (GMAP) Plus, a unique Maybank apprentice programme with an aim to produce high calibre individuals with skills required by the financial services sector. This first-of-its-kind collaboration, integrates the ICAEW Chartered Accountant… Read More ICAEW and Maybank Sign Collaboration Deal
A statement issued by Chartered Accountants Ireland today says the number of accountancy firms legally operating entirely outside state supervision is at least 120 firms and says that an initial census of the regulatory status of accountants suggests the problem of unregulated accounting practices could be more significant than anticipated.
Members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia (ICAA) and the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA) have overwhelmingly voted in favour of the proposal to amalgamate and create One New Institute.