accountancy and auditing

India’s rapid development needs help, but are the consultants value for money or just cashing in on another big project?

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China’s concern over data security, geopolitical tensions, and regulatory changes pose challenges for businesses dealing with competing compliance demands.

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The use of consultants in the public service has gone too far, but reform shouldn’t wind back the clock for answers. The challenge is to get the balance right.

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Conflicts of interest, poor culture, and lack of transparency in the consulting industry cost the public billions and hollowed out public institutions.

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The ‘Big Four’ consultants are coming under increased pressure over their relationships with governments, which present a series of risks.

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All sides of politics have a hand in how public servants became usurped by global consulting firms. The real winner could be the one who can fix it.

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The Big Four’s behaviour is a global issue of concern. They cannot be relied upon to regulate themselves, so the only way to solve it is to break them apart.

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While the media paints sportswashing as evil, more research is needed to evaluate whether it is really changing attitudes on the ground.

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Fans care about their clubs’ accomplishments more and if new owners can pour in big money to achieve this, then all is good.

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Who are these firms that hold so much influence over our governments and how do we keep them accountable?

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Microfinance doesn’t always empower the women reliant on it, but a different form of accounting could help level the playing field.

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