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  1. CA ANZ welcomes recent Treasury announcement following joint submission

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) welcomes the opportunity for public consultation on draft regulations, released last Friday, to reduce the financial reporting burden for...

  2. New disclosure standards could end climate confusion

    Climate and sustainability disclosures have become key requirements for most businesses, but the lack of a robust, globally accepted reporting framework has caused confusion and even opportunities for...

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    How to make money grow on trees

    Three CAs explain how and why they put a dollar value of A$3.4 billion on forest ecosystems in Forico’s sustainability report...

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    Why accountants should be seeing green

    Nature-related financial disclosures are the next step in valuing biodiversity – it’s a win-win for business and nature...

  5. Submission - Guidance for Assurance over EER

    CA ANZ and ACCA jointly submitted comment to the IAASB on its proposed guidance for assurance engagements over emerging forms of external reporting...

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    Starting a sustainability reporting revolution

    Investors are demanding better reporting on ESG issues and a new sustainability standard setter may deliver what’s required...

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    Post-COVID sustainability push

    AASB requests comments on draft standards for sustainability disclosures and climate reporting...

  8. Navigating The Reporting Landscape

    This is a guide created by A4S and its Accounting Bodies Network that summarizes recent key developments in corporate reporting, in particular focused on trends in sustainability reporting and...

  9. Another step towards more accurate sustainability reporting

    Researchers have come up with a new model to estimate carbon capture by trees enabling more accurate sustainability reporting...

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