I recently received notice (out of the blue) from the liquidators that one of my limited company clients was applying for voluntary liquidation.
Some company directors have a tendency to view the firm as an extension of themselves, which can lead to sticky situations for boards and their advisers.
OK, it’s time to concentrate, explains Simon Sweetman.
Does anyone have examples in their accounting institutes code of ethics where assisting in plagiarism is forbidden?
Senior management and boards of directors are failing to review, analyse and monitor ethics information, according to a new report from CIMA and the AICPA.
The way audits are conducted by firms of professional auditors has become more regulated over the years, with the overarching objective of this regulation being to ensure that audits are conduc
The Auditing Practices Board (APB) recently published its compendium, ‘Standards and Guidance 2012’, which sets out amendments to ethical standards that were issued in December 2011.
Former CIMA council member Margaret May is appealing the recent decision of CIMA that she violated the institute's code
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The bank mandate requires all payments to be approved by both directors.
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