Andrew Webster from Navigant Consulting is experienced in helping companies manage fraud and crime issues and believes that companies can do far more to prevent corruption.
Charles Wilson of City law firm Trowers & Hamlins LLP explains the increasingly popular form of corporate restructuring; the debt equity swap.
Steve Collings of Leavitt Walmsley Associates outlines the factors companies need to consider when deciding whether their accounts should be prepared on a going concern basis or not.
The recent banking crisis has shown how easy it has been for banks and financial institutions to totally lose sight of their responsibilities, and they failed to identify the consequences that woul
The public sector needs to learn from private sector mistakes to avoid costly errors in implementing regulation changes, argues Andy Cooper.
In a fascinating thought piece, Joe Fuller argues reporting models are confusing the puzzle of a business model with unexplainable mysteries.
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has been busy developing a financial
If you are not familiar with the Proceeds of Crime Act, 2002 (POCA), it is high time you were. Accountants will increasingly see their employers or clients embroiled in it.
KPMG’s forensic fraud barometer saw more than £1.1 billion come to UK courts in 2008, the second-highest figure ever recorded.
With its usual sense of unerring speed and efficiency, the Accountant’s Joint Disciplinary Tribunal has now fined a firm no longer in the audit market for work it carried out over a decade ago.
- Financial reporting ill equipped to deal with intellectual capital 183,400
- Prescribed particulars (of rights attached to shares) 76,754 45
- The IASB conceptual framework - an introduction 64,498
- Getting related party disclosures right 45,742 32
- Performance Materiality: What’s all that about? 44,387 1