In the final report of a four-part series on government audit committees, this resource provides tools for best practice in the audit committee.
A report exploring sustainability, business and the role of finance professionals. This report is an introduction to the area of sustainability.
Companies that make the right investments now can build an enduring advantage in serving customers. Leaders at McKinsey & Company and Oracle share three key priorities finance professionals must embrace to reimagine and reform the customer experience.
Learn expert insights and practical advice from McKinsey & Company and Oracle leaders on key investments, business partnering & technology strategies that finance can adopt to ensure an enduring advantage in serving customers in the new normal.
When COVID-19 arrived, many CFOs and their teams were already designing more agile, resilient, and highly automated organizations. Leaders at McKinsey & Company and Oracle look at the human and organizational elements of finance transformation.
Joint Association and EY Seren report exploring how new patterns of behaviour from COVID-19 are affecting the accounting profession.
Learn the critical strategies CFOs and finance organizations must adopt to reimagine the business for success in the new normal.
This report sets out our current thinking on how CFOs and their finance teams can go about accounting for and communicating value creation.
Government Audit Committees – Part 3 – There’s more to consider: Internal audit function, independent auditors and risk management
The third of a four-part series on government audit committees, this report identifies controls, fraud and understanding and acting upon audit findings.
Gain expert advice and the latest insights on how your finance team can bolster productivity, reallocate resources and strengthen the balance sheet for your organization.
This 5-part webcast and whitepaper series shares expert insights from leaders at McKinsey & Company, Oracle and AICPA and CIMA, on how finance can lead the recovery, resiliency and reimagine efforts for their organisations.
This report includes highlights from the March 2020 meeting of the PAIB Committee for professional accountants in business and the public sector.