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  1. NZ Budget 2021Climate change funding for External Reporting Board

    The usefulness of impending climate-related financial disclosures is dependent on the nature of standards and education...

    20/05/2021

  2. An update in the sustainability & climate reporting landscapes

    In May and June of 2021, we have seen continued global momentum Including the merger of two significant bodies and support for the formation of a new International sustainability standards board...

    05/07/2021

  3. Investors demand broader business reporting

    There is a unique opportunity to build a truly global system for sustainability reporting...

    30/04/2021

  4. Members call for jobs and employment focus in Budget

    A CA ANZ member survey has identified job creation and employment as the priorities for this years Australian Federal Budget to help maintain stronger than expected economic and labour market...

    05/05/2021

  5. A future where purpose people and profit will go hand in hand

    Making Global Goals Local Business (MGGLB) - Key takeaways for CAs...

    14/05/2021

  6. Tackling modern slavery in our backyard

    Chartered Accountantscommitment to ethical conduct and robust and transparent reporting is key to tackling modern slavery risks...

    27/10/2021

  7. Climate change policy statement

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) notes the ever-growing evidence of the scale and severity of climate change. With it, climate change brings potentially profound negative...

    11/10/2021

  8. TCFD: heres what you need to know

    A brief explainer on the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations, sustainability reporting and what it all means for accountants...

    19/10/2021

  9. Australian and New Zealand professions launch Charter for Climate Action

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand has joined a diverse group of Australia and New Zealands most distinguished professional bodies to officially launch the Global Professional Bodies...

    04/11/2021

  10. What are climate-related risks and why should you know about them?

    Physical and transition risk explained, and what this means for accountants...

    14/10/2021

  11. AI and the environmental impact on supply chains

    CA ANZ has launched a wide-ranging look at ethics, sustainability, and AI, based on more than 5,700 interviews with accountants and finance professionals around the world...

    17/11/2021

  12. Worldwide accounting professions call to action on climate change

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and CPA Australia have joined 14 of the worlds largest professional accounting organisations committing to a call to action in response to climate...

    24/02/2020

  13. CA ANZ Checklist for small business impacted by floods

    The rain may have eased but many small businesses are facing periods of closure due to flood damage, clean ups as well as significant revenue loss...

    20/04/2021

  14. Submission 2021 Review of the Financial Markets Authority Funding and Levy Discussion Document

    The Financial Markets Authority called for submissions on the 2021 review of its funding and cost-recovery model...

    11/11/2021

  15. Modern Slavery statement

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand is proud to publish its Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement for FY20...

    13/01/2022

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