The Future of Financial Reporting: A Question of Influence – future[inc] The Future of Financial Reporting looks at the current international financial reporting landscape from the perspective of standard-setters, preparers, investors, advisors and professional accounting bodies and discusses how IFRS adopters and standard-takers can influence the global reporting agenda to achieve desired domestic outcomes. With […]
Tikanga Māori and a Better You – Chartered Accountants ANZ Ko te manu e kai ana i te miro, nōna te ngahere. Engari, ko te manu e kai ana i te mātauranga, nōna te ao – For the one who consumes only within their surroundings, that will be their domain. For the one who engages […]
Vanessa Black CA, Audit Partner, Grant Thornton, offers practical tips for how to detect fraud and what you should do when you do, outlines fraud indicators, and draws on her personal experiences with fraud, with a focus on the latest scams in the IT environment.
How will you equip and enable those whose jobs are destroyed to continue in employment? What are the institutional barriers to employment mobility? How does school education provide transferable skills? Is the balance between generalist and specialist training right? How do we provide education which is agile enough to keep pace with changing needs? Should […]
Recognising leaders in the public service who make a valuable contribution to the prosperity and stability of their respective nation either side of the Tasman is what these coveted awards are all about. Held annually in Canberra since 2009, the awards this year feature Sir Bob Geldof – as the keynote speaker. The 2015 awards […]
It’s a long way from the green fields of Ireland, to the red dust of remote northwest Queensland. Yet it’s here that Peter Gogsch, originally from Killarney in Ireland’s south, has lived and worked since moving to Australia in 2002. Peter completed his degree at the University of Cork, before taking up a position in […]