Nearly two thirds of accountants don't believe employees are protected from victimisation if they report the wrongdoing of a client
Bernard Jenkin MP, brands the failure "a collective passing of the buck which I am rather uncomfortable with."
Haddrill says the new legislation gives the profession the opportunity to "make sure the public can have confidence in the regulatory regime
Tesco is hopeful of securing a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) with the SFO
Advisers and finance chiefs will be instrumental in managing compliance with tax and transfer pricing reporting rules, OECD chiefs tell Accountancy Age
The OECD's BEPs project will put a big focus on multinational's tax affairs - Thomas McFarlane takes us through the impact of some of its recommendations
The move marks FRC's latest foray into ramping up confidence in corporate governance and reporting by UK companies
Editor Kevin Reed talks about the Big Four's move towards tech services - how does this fit with creating a satisfactory model for audit?
The Big Four are moving fast to build up data and analytics offerings, but when will they deal with concerns about how robust and transparent their audit work is? asks Kevin Reed
Boards will not get an adequate overview of the effectiveness of risk management processes as a result, the institute stresses