#BuildingTrust

Chartered Accountants Worldwide has created an inspiring video that highlights what it means to be a chartered accountant and their role in building trust to support communities, businesses and shape economies around the world.

Qualifying as a Chartered Accountant is the foundation for building trust in the systems we rely upon as consumers, citizens and stakeholders.

Chartered Accountants show a commitment to excellence and to the highest technical and ethical standards. As the theme of the video shows, Chartered Accountants provide the foundations to encourage collaboration, build trust, and enable prosperity.

Chartered Accountants apply their skill, knowledge, and integrity to give vital reassurance that the structures we create are strong and lasting; a platform to achieve great things.

When we trust the information we have and the structures we build, we can achieve more. Chartered Accountants Worldwide are building trust.

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Insights on Ethics

AML: how money launderers use virtual assets

AML: how money launderers use virtual assets

In the seventh instalment of Anti-Money Laundering: The Basics, IFAC and ICAEW look at the risks associated with virtual assets.

cryptocurrencies

AML: how money launderers use virtual assets

In the seventh instalment of Anti-Money Laundering: The Basics, IFAC and ICAEW look at the risks associated with virtual assets.

Cryptocurrencies and other virtual assets offer a lot of opportunities for legitimate businesses, but it’s also potentially useful for money launderers.

leadership

‘Ethical leadership is vital as technology advances’ says accountancy bodies and IESBA

ICAS, CPA Canada, IESBA and IFAC release second publication in series exploring ethics in an era of complexity and digital change: ‘Technology is a double-edged sword with both opportunities and challenges for the accountancy profession’

As technology advances and the world becomes more complex, the professional accountant’s skills and competencies, underpinned by ethics and recognising their public interest responsibility, are critical in navigating new challenges and opportunities and ensuring trust in the profession.