Ethics

September 28, 2016

One Young World 2016: summit agenda and highlights unveiled

The One Young World 2016 summit begins on the evening of Wednesday 28th September in Ottawa, Canada. As always, this year’s edition will feature presentations and panel discussions involving a host of high-profile figures, including presidents, Nobel Prize winners, well-known business executives and other global leaders. The opening ceremony will […]
September 8, 2016

View from the top: Belinda Hutchinson

Belinda Hutchinson almost gave up on Chartered Accountancy before she had barely started. “I was two weeks into my training in Sydney and thought, ‘I’m not cut out for this – I’ve made a dreadful mistake. What do I do?’” she says. “A partner at the firm suggested I stick it out and I moved into consulting, becoming more involved in helping clients with their business opportunities and problems – I found I really enjoyed it.”
September 8, 2016

The key to opportunity: Peter Moyo

If you’re ambitious to succeed in business in South Africa, Chartered Accountancy seems the closest thing to a passport to success. “I believe we have more companies in South Africa led by Chartered Accountants than any other profession,” says Peter. “It’s uniquely the one qualification that trains you in the way of business.
September 8, 2016

A life of luxury: Nat Chan

Many business leaders can cite a specific event or decision that critically shaped the direction of their career. For Nat Chan, that event happened over two decades ago, while in his first year at Macquarie University, Sydney, when he decided one afternoon to go with some friends to a one-hour lecture on accountancy.
September 7, 2016

Hollywood story: David Brander

Working in internal audit may not seem like the obvious path to a life in the movies, but for David Brander it was his passport to see the world. Initially David decided against a position at one of the major oil companies. “The role consisted of travelling between London, Aberdeen and Stavanger which wasn’t really the type of global travel I had in mind,” he laughs.
September 6, 2016

Informed, in touch and influential: understanding the drivers of business success

The leading institutes of Chartered Accountants and their members are committed to understanding and influencing key issues that shape and sustain business success and economic prosperity.
August 25, 2016

A question of ethics

Two masters too many – it’s a question of ethics. Conflicts of interest in the financial advice industry. By Lee White FCA
August 16, 2016

Helping accountants do the right thing

Against a backdrop of high-profile corporate scandals, the accountancy profession is set to come under stricter ethics standards.
February 9, 2016

See what Team Chartered Accountants Worldwide got up to at One Young World in Bangkok!

Chartered Accountants Worldwide sponsored a group of young Chartered Accountants from across our six member bodies to take part in the One Young World youth leadership summit in Bangkok from 18-21 November 2015. As well as representing Chartered Accountants Worldwide alongside their home institutes, our delegates got the chance to […]
November 18, 2015

Chartered Accountants Worldwide at One Young World 2015

Event – Bangkok – 18-21 November 2015 Chartered Accountants Worldwide sponsored a group of young Chartered Accountants from across our six member bodies to take part in the One Young World youth leadership summit in Bangkok from 18-21 November. The annual international conference and think tank brought together over 1,300 […]