accounting

Six reasons to attend the modern accounting experience of the year - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Special Feature

Six reasons to attend the modern accounting experience of the year

Here are four reasons why this is the finance and accounting event of the year.

Special Feature

CAOs play a key role in guiding companies through disruption

Acknowledging that uncertainty is the new normal is a critical first step for accounting.
The risk of doing nothing is greater than ever - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

The risk of doing nothing is greater than ever

How you can make your finance and accounting practices more efficient.
EC World Asset Management appoints new CFO - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

REITs

EC World Asset Management appoints new CFO

EC World Asset Management, the manager of EC World REIT, has announced the appointment of Wang Feng as their new CFO.

Blockchain

Blockchain drags trade financing into the 21st century

Blockchain could shake up a slow and archaic trade financing system at lower prices.

Commentary

Understanding your value in a world of automation

SINGAPORE (May 3): VUCA – Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous – a term originally coined by the American military to describe what today’s leaders must cope with, has quickly become a way to describe the socio-economic landscape.

Total compliance in financial reporting, but was it misleading?

(Mar 18): Last week, I talked about how it can be difficult to interpret published financial statements because of overly ambitious objectives of the accounting profession, evolving reporting standards and the resulting vagaries that could sometimes trans

New training programme to prepare accounting & finance professionals for the future

SINGAPORE (Oct 11): CPA Australia has partnered Singapore’s NTUC and Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) to launch a new training programme for accounting and finance professionals.

Money, not legacy, makes Singapore’s family businesses go round

SINGAPORE (March 29): A growing number of Singapore’s homegrown enterprises are becoming increasingly practical such that the traditional family business model may be going extinct, suggests new research jointly conducted by KPMG and CPA Australia.
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