Chartered accountants are trusted professionals and should have zero tolerance of fraud, money laundering or any type of economic crime, writes Michael Izza, ICAEW CEO.
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The scourge of modern slavery has risen steadily up the public agenda in recent years and it is incumbent on ICAEW members to be vigilant about it, writes ICAEW CEO Michael Izza.
“A significant package of reform” is how Sir Jon Thompson, CEO of the FRC, framed the BEIS White Paper ‘Restoring trust in audit and corporate governance’ in virtual conversation with Michael Izza, CEO of ICAEW.
A new government-backed taskforce designed to break down socio-economic barriers at senior levels across the UK has appointed 30 cross-sector leaders in the financial sphere, including ICAEW’s Chief Executive Michael Izza.
Saqib Bhatti, MP for Meriden, and Michael Izza, ICAEW CEO, met with a range of member SMEs and professional advisers. The message was clear – post-Budget, there is much to do.
24 February 2021: Economies across the world are at a crossroads. ICAEW President David Matthews outlines the scale of the challenges we now face and comments on the investment that will support recovery and change.
What does the pandemic mean for attitudes to risk and for the social contract that has underpinned the free market?, asks ICAEW President David Matthews
30 October 2020: With nominations for ICAEW Council elections opening on 12 November 2020, President David Matthews has called on chartered accountants to bring their real-life experiences to the table.
The public wants a more sustainable, fairer world to emerge post-pandemic, and this provides accountants with an opportunity and responsibility.
Why the insights and information chartered accountants offer are key as economies address recovery plans.