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Repairing damage from a cyberattack involves more than systems upgrades and password strength.

Published on July 25 2016

US banks’ reserving practices will be affected by the US Financial Accounting Standards Board’s new standard on accounting for credit losses, but the effective date gives banks adequate time for a manageable implementation.

Published on July 25 2016

Transparency in financial reporting is a key component of robust and accountable governance, especially in emerging markets where corruption scandals have harmed multinationals battling slowing economic growth.

Published on July 25 2016

Recent legislation, such as the UK Modern Slavery Act, makes it increasingly important for businesses to understand how human rights risks affect their operations.

Published on July 20 2016

The SEC voted to propose amendments intended to eliminate redundant, overlapping, outdated, or superseded disclosure requirements.

Published on July 13 2016

Find out how multinational companies in dozens of countries are getting ready for radically new cross-border tax and transfer-pricing reporting rules. Tax authorities will accept submissions that comply with the new rules starting January 1st.

Published on July 13 2016

New high-profile accounting standards for revenue recognition, leases and expected credit losses have companies facing a heavy implementation burden. Here are tips that could ease the stress and make implementation smoother.

Published on July 13 2016

Deeper conversations about business issues and improved resource allocation are among the benefits of integrating enterprise risk management into an organisation’s strategy.

Published on July 12 2016

Gathering data to fill gaps and taking advantage of previous work will be two key actions as companies begin to implement the FASB’s new expected credit loss standard.

Published on July 12 2016

Any gaps in communication can quickly be filled with rumour, undermining the leader’s credibility and sapping morale.

Published on July 08 2016

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