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Audit regulator tells SAICA to back off

IRBA says institute has no mandate to investigate KPMG South Africa

6 hours ago
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Movers and shakers

A round-up of this week's appointments, promotions, board moves and resignations

6 hours ago
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Profession defends audit in wake of HBOS decision

ICAEW CEO warns against ill-informed debate about the FRC decision to drop its investigation into KPMG's HBOS audit

7 hours ago
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Telia fined nearly $1bn over huge bribery scam in Uzbekistan

Telecomms company reaches deal with US, Dutch and Swedish authorities to settle corruption charges

12 hours ago
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PwC and EY score high in open-mindedness

Some of the biggest banks and accountancy firms were named the most open-minded businesses by their staff

12 hours ago
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Germany is the place for stress free city living

If you want a less stressful life, you should move to Stuttgart, the most laid back city in the world

12 hours ago
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Lord chancellor rejects ICAEW over reserved legal services

David Lidington has rejected ICAEW’s application become a regulator and licensing authority for all six reserved legal services

1 days ago
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Language may be barrier to women becoming Big Four partners

The use of language may play its part in preventing women from reaching the top in the accountancy profession

1 days ago
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Management consultants to get chartered status

The Chartered Management Institute will work with the Management Consultancies Association to create the new award

1 days ago
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Silicon Valley CEO charged with insider trading

The SEC charges Peter C Chang for his use of secret trading accounts

1 days ago

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