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    How integrated reporting <IR> tells the value story

    What is integrated reporting? A way to give stakeholders a concise view of how an organisation creates sustainable value...

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    Is end-user computing the next big thing for financial modelling?

    Finance functions of tomorrow will be powered by an array of tools and technologies, held together by cloud-based platforms...

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    Why well-resourced companies use litigation funding

    Dispute resolution finance, aka litigation funding, helps corporates transfer risk and improve corporate profit margins...

  4. Real financial implications in non-financial risks

    ASIC releases report on director and officer oversight of non-financial risks...

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  5. Meet Professor Aswath Damodaran the Dean of Valuation

    Introducing our keynote presenter at the Business Valuation and Forensic Accounting conference in October 2020...

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    Why AI and machine learning are coming to your tax function

    Machine-learning and AI tools can breeze through time-consuming tasks in corporate tax returns, says PwC’s David Lamb CA...

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    Ready for a revolution

    Technology is reshaping the world, but are you ready for what’s ahead? Rethink your approach with these CA Library resources...

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    How agility produces better financial models

    An off-the-shelf product is impossible with financial modelling. That’s why an agile approach is useful to ensure it is fit for purpose...

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    Navigating a downturn: an acid test of leadership

    It’s a question on the minds of many CFOs: how can we best prepare for an economic downturn in 2020? Brought to you by MYOB...

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    How companies put climate change financial risks on the books

    Local standard setters have backed the G20’s push to include climate-related risks to earnings in financial statements...