The need for greater representation of women in business has been further validated after ECB research found a correlation between higher female representation at managerial level and companies’ success in reducing CO2 emissions.
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After years trying to reduce red tape, the correlation between loss of tax revenue and absence of audit has changed the political appetite to lower the audit threshold.
MEPs and EU members agreed new sustainability reporting rules that aim to end greenwashing and lay the groundwork for a common set of global standards.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine immediately slowed the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and set the global economy on a course of lower growth and rising inflation.
The ISSB’s proposed standard on general requirements for the disclosure of sustainability-related financial information is a big step in the right direction for sustainability reporting – but improvements are needed.
The government’s recently published Northern Ireland Protocol Bill could have a significant impact on trade between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. What specifically could change?
In this two-part series, ICAEW speaks to members of the Institute’s Cyprus Younger Members Committee to discover why soft skills are so important, helping them achieve career goals and a good work-life balance.
The uncertainty of the past two years has shown the importance of soft skills. ICAEW speaks to members in Cyprus to find out which skills have been instrumental to their careers as both employees and managers.
The Financial Reporting Faculty talks to the new Vice-Chair of the ISSB about the need for high-quality, global sustainability disclosure standards.
Europe’s corporate reporting body has launched a public consultation on draft corporate sustainability reporting standards, as the need for consensus on ways to report sustainability information gathers pace.