World Congress of Accountants

This week the accounting world converges on Sydney for the World Congress of Accountants. Billed as the ‘Olympics for accountants’, the event is expected to attract 6,000 delegates from over 100 countries. So, what does this diverse, global audience want to get out of it? Alan Nelson, MD of Nelson Croom and founder of Accountingcpd.net is in Australia and will be covering the Congress for AccountingWEB, and has been finding out what to expect.

New Year's day fireworks and celebrations in Sydney
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12th Nov 2018
In his final dispatch from the World Congress of Accountants, Alan Nelson reports on the ACCA's presentation of its new research report,...
Sydney: aerial view
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8th Nov 2018
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Reporting from the World Congress of Accountants down under in Sydney, Alan Nelson explores the pressing issue of climate change and how...
Sydney Opera House
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7th Nov 2018
Day three at the World Congress of Accountants was about best practice. But what is best, and how can we find it and utilise it? Alan...
superheroes
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6th Nov 2018
Alan Nelson reports from day one of the World Congress of Accountants down under in Sydney, where economics historian Niall Ferguson...
sydney harbour bridge night
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6th Nov 2018
Billed as the ‘Olympics for accountants’, this year the World Congress of Accountants is being held in Sydney. Alan Nelson, MD of Nelson...
sydney harbour bridge
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5th Nov 2018
This week the accounting world converges on Sydney for the World Congress of Accountants. The WCOA is billed as the ‘Olympics for...