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ICAEW work on public financial management

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ICAEW has long advocated for greater transparency and accountability in public sector financial management, reporting and governance. Ross Campbell explains how our Better Government Series and collaborative work on the IFS Green Budget have contributed to the public financial management debate.

Improving public finances across Europe

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Signs of global economic headwinds reinforce the need for stable public finances to weather the uncertain economic climate.

The future of local audit has changed

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Matthew Helsby and Sumita Shah explain this historic change in local audit and what ICAEW’s role will be in the new framework.

A new chapter for local public audit

Back in August 2010, Eric Pickles announced government’s intention to abolish the Audit Commission and give powers to local public bodies to appoint their own auditors.

Opportunities for ICAEW

With ICAEW now planning to take on a greater role as a Recognised Supervisory Body (RSB) for local public audit, as well as receiving a positive welcome for its work on “A CFO at the Cabinet Table” what else might it do to help public sector financial management?

More at stake than has been acknowledged

The year at Westminster ended much as it began, with both major parties struggling to convince a sceptical electorate that they have the capacity to win a majority in 2015.

Town halls tax-raising powers

MPs have devised a draft code that claims town halls in England should be allowed to impose local "tourist taxes".

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