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  1. The future of business lies with the accounting profession. Join the world’s leading financial experts in Sydney, Australia, November 5-8, 2018 for the next World Congress of Accountants. This year’s theme, Global Challenges. Global Leaders., will inspire and inform your thinking on the future of accounting and our profession, and provide a unique opportunity to help shape that future. Five reasons to attend: Learn, adapt and accelerate your career through a technology-enabled curated conference experience. Ignite new business opportunities via thought leadership, turning ideas into solutions, and shaping the future of the profession. Network with 6000+ motivated professionals from 130 countries. Join the conversation at the Business Connect Hub and stay in touch with the Congress app. Explore cutting edge technology across more than 50 exhibits, expo presentations, activity and chillout zones, and barista coffee lounges. Be delighted by Sydney at its best through an immersive social program, from cruising the world’s largest natural harbour to our premier Gala event. Full details and the latest news, including the Program, is available on the World Congress of Accountants 2018 website. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  2. The future of business lies with the accounting profession. Join the world’s leading financial experts in Sydney, Australia, November 5-8, 2018 for the next World Congress of Accountants. This year’s theme, Global Challenges. Global Leaders., will inspire and inform your thinking on the future of accounting and our profession, and provide a unique opportunity to help shape that future. Five reasons to attend: Learn, adapt and accelerate your career through a technology-enabled curated conference experience. Ignite new business opportunities via thought leadership, turning ideas into solutions, and shaping the future of the profession. Network with 6000+ motivated professionals from 130 countries. Join the conversation at the Business Connect Hub and stay in touch with the Congress app. Explore cutting edge technology across more than 50 exhibits, expo presentations, activity and chillout zones, and barista coffee lounges. Be delighted by Sydney at its best through an immersive social program, from cruising the world’s largest natural harbour to our premier Gala event. Full details and the latest news is available on the World Congress of Accountants 2018 website. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  3. Effective governance is the outcome of a mosaic of organizational policies, processes, and cross-functional interactions, according to experts featured in a new report from The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and IFAC (the International Federation of Accountants). “United, Connected and Aligned – How the Distinct Roles of Internal Audit and the Finance Function Drive Good Governance,” takes the pulse of 11 governance experts and thought leaders to examine the crucial roles both internal audit and the finance function play in maintaining a sound system of corporate governance. The report identifies several key requirements for effective governance, including: An ethical corporate culture that empowers effective leaders throughout the organization to carry out good governance processes; Effective communication and collaboration among the various roles; and Requisite competencies for internal audit and the finance and accounting functions to earn stakeholder support and respect. The governance experts who shared their knowledge and experiences include the leaders of the international professional associations that produced the report. “Collaboration and cooperation between internal audit and the finance function is crucial to ensuring good governance,” said IIA President and CEO Richard F. Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA. “Only by recognizing their distinct roles and the value in their successful interaction can organizations fully leverage the services they provide.” IFAC’s President also stressed the benefit of the relationship. “There is a deep need to pursue actions and preserve cultures that drive good governance,” said Rachel Grimes, IFAC President. “Professional accountants play a key role in governance at every line of defense, and abide by a global Code of Ethics that exemplifies the profession’s public interest mandate.” The report notes that, because the two functions have complementary roles, their overlapping duties may help to avoid gaps in governance. Importantly, the experts demonstrate the need for both internal audit and the finance function to have champions within and outside the organization who advocate for their importance and value. Chambers added, “Internal audit needs to be its own champion and work to articulate the benefits of including internal audit in the governance process. Stakeholders [executive management and the board] who understand the complex interactions and relationships that influence governance are best positioned to help their organizations succeed.” “United, Connected and Aligned – How the Distinct Roles of Internal Audit and the Finance Function Drive Good Governance” represents an important collaboration between IFAC and The IIA, whose members represent a significant and vital segment of professionals who contribute to good governance. The organizations have a long, mutually supportive relationship, which includes a Memorandum of Understanding that promotes collaborative works and serve on each other’s boards and committees. To download the report, please visit: https://www.ifac.org/publications-resources/united-connected-and-aligned-how-distinct-roles-internal-audit-and-finance About The Institute of Internal Auditors The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) is the internal audit profession’s most widely recognized advocate, educator, and provider of standards, guidance, and certifications. Established in 1941, The IIA today serves more than 190,000 members from more than 170 countries and territories. The IIA’s global headquarters are in Lake Mary, Fla. For more information, visit global.theiia.org or www.theiia.org. About IFAC IFAC is the global organization for the accountancy profession dedicated to serving the public interest by strengthening the profession and contributing to the development of strong international economies. IFAC is comprised of over 175 members and associates in more than 130 countries and jurisdictions, representing almost 3 million accountants in public practice, education, government service, industry, and commerce. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  4. Effective governance involves many individuals throughout an organization, including internal audit and the finance function. IFAC and The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) have compiled insights from 11 governance experts to examine how the complementary roles of both functions drive sound governance. Interviewees identified several key requirements for effective governance, including: An ethical corporate culture that empowers effective leaders throughout the organization to carry out good governance processes; Effective communications and collaboration among the various roles; and Requisite competencies for internal audit and the finance function to earn stakeholder support and respect. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  5. Mr. Martin Baumann has been appointed Chair of the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) for a three-year term beginning January 1, 2019. Mr. Baumann’s appointment was recommended by the Interim Nominating Committee after an extensive international search. The IFAC Board endorsed the Interim Nominating Committee’s recommendation, which was approved by the Public Interest Oversight Board (PIOB), which oversees the IAASB's activities. The Monitoring Group was informed of the recommendation. “Martin Baumann is a leader who brings vision, a passion for the public interest and a depth of experience to the role of IAASB Chair," said Ryozo Himino, Interim Nominating Committee Chair. "As its next Chair, he will lead the IAASB during an important period of innovation and change as well as continuing the Board’s work developing high-quality international audit, assurance, quality control and related services standards that are accepted and used around the world." As Chair, Mr. Baumann will lead the IAASB though an environment of rapid advances in current and emerging technology and changes in the breadth and complexity of information needed by investors and other stakeholders. He will be responsible for leading the finalization and implementation of IAASB’s strategic objectives; actively engaging key stakeholders around the world, including national standard setters, regulators, investors and firms of all sizes; and delivering timely high-quality standards in the public interest. "The IAASB plays a vital role in the world's capital markets. High-quality professional standards developed in the public interest by the IAASB provide the markets with confidence in the important work done by auditors,” said Mr. Baumann. “I am committed to working tirelessly to ensure the IAASB meets its mandate, and continues to be recognized as a highly-regarded independent organization developing high-quality standards." Mr. Baumann most recently served as Chief Auditor and Director of Professional Standards at the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), where, with the Board, he was responsible for establishing auditing and related professional practice standards for audits of all companies registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. He also chaired the PCAOB’s Standing Advisory Group and served on the IAASB and International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants Consultative Advisory Groups. Previously he was Chief Financial Officer for Freddie Mac and a senior partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Mr. Baumann succeeds Prof. Arnold Schilder, whose term as IAASB Chairman concludes after a decade of service at the end of 2018. Prof. Schilder has led the IAASB with distinction, from new landmark assurance standards addressing key aspects of sustainability reporting, to innovative and groundbreaking new auditor reporting standards, to enhancements now underway to the standards that seek to fundamentally improve audit. There are now nearly 130 jurisdictions around the world using or in the process of adopting the clarified International Standards on Auditing. Mr. Baumann will work closely with the current Chair commencing October 29, 2018 to allow for a smooth transition. The Interim Nominating Committee was formed by the Monitoring Group in February 2018 to conduct the process for the next IAASB Chair. The Committee was chaired by Ryozo Himino, Vice Minister for International Affairs, Financial Services Agency (Japan), and was comprised of four other members including Guy Andrade, Huguette Labelle, Lord Jonathan Hugh Mance and Sir David Tweedie, and two observers, Rachel Grimes and Eddy Wymeersch. The Interim Nominating Committee followed an open and transparent process to select the most suitable candidate for the position. It will disband now that its mandate has been completed. For more information about the work of the IAASB, visit its home page at www.iaasb.org. About the IAASB The IAASB develops auditing and assurance standards and guidance for use by all professional accountants under a shared standard-setting process involving the Public Interest Oversight Board, which oversees the activities of the IAASB, and the IAASB Consultative Advisory Group, which provides public interest input into the development of the standards and guidance. The structures and processes that support the operations of the IAASB are facilitated by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC). For copyright, trademark, and permissions information, please go to permissions or contact permissions@ifac.org. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  6. The IAASB conducted a survey to seek views and insights from its stakeholders on emerging developments and trends that are likely to be important to its 2020-2023 strategy. The survey is an important tool to help identify key issues for consideration in developing its future strategy in the context of the IAASB’s broad strategic focus and the changing environment, and with the overriding objective of serving the public interest. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  7. This article is an edited extract from the IAESB literature review on information and communications technology skills development, which covers the digital age and opportunities for accountants, issues for the accounting profession, education and ICT development, and developing countries and ICT skills. The literature review is part of the IAESB’s examination of megatrends to help inform the direction of accounting education in the digital era consultation process (see IAESB strategy and work plan for additional details). أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  8. This article is an edited extract from the IAESB literature review on information and communications technology skills development, which covers the digital age and opportunities for accountants, issues for the accounting profession, education and ICT development, and developing countries and ICT skills. The literature review is part of the IAESB’s examination of megatrends to help inform the direction of accounting education in the digital era consultation process (see IAESB strategy and work plan for additional details). أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  9. The IAESB Personal Perspectives Series shares insights from board members, technical advisors and other key stakeholders on some of the challenges affecting aspiring professional accountants and the importance of effective accountancy learning and development. This Perspective, Accounting Education and Public Financial Management, is from Adrian Pulham, IAESB Technical Advisor and Executive Director, Learning and Membership, for the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy. In the article, Adrian the important connection between accountancy education and public financial management. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  10. A good deal of constructive thought, consultation with key stakeholders and analysis has gone into the Monitoring Group’s review of international standard setting since the process began in early 2015. Informed by these analyses, consultations and roundtables, IFAC developed a paper, “Perspectives on the Way Forward for Strengthening the Oversight and Operations of the International Audit & Assurance and Ethics Standards Boards” that aims to identify concerns and propose improvements. The Way Forward, a constructive step forward in enhancing the standard setting process, is consistent with IFAC’s mission to serve the public interest by contributing to and promoting the development, adoption and implementation of high-quality, international standards. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  11. The International Accounting Education Standards Board (IAESB) has published two new Accounting Education Insights articles on information communications and technology (ICT) skills development. Both Insights articles draw from the IAESB’s ICT skills literature review. The new articles, “The Digital Age and Opportunities for Professional Accountants” and “Issues for the Accounting Profession”, focus on the new opportunities and impact technology will have on the accounting profession and the skills needed by individual professional accountants. The Accounting Education Insights series are subject-specific information used by the IAESB to help support its strategy and work plan. Additional Insight articles are available online on the Accounting Education Resources web page. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  12. The International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB) seeks nominations from individuals, or representatives from organizations, interested in serving as a member of the IPSASB Consultative Advisory Group (CAG). The CAG is an integral part of the IPSASB’s formal process for consultation and a forum for the IPSASB to obtain the views of those interested in, or affected by, the development and maintenance of high-quality International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS). CAG members have an opportunity to get involved in shaping the development of IPSAS. CAG members serve an initial term of three years. The CAG meets twice a year in different locations across the globe. Interested nominees should be committed to attending each meeting in person. The IPSASB is particularly interested in nominees with skills and experience that include: Deep understanding of IPSAS; such as those involved in the adoption and implementation of IPSAS or IPSAS-based standards; Strong knowledge of public financial management; and/or Ability to perceive strategic public sector issues important to financial reporting and the use of financial statements. Geographic and gender diversity remain a top priority in the IPSASB’s nominations process. In pursuit of a globally representative advisory group, we particularly encourage women and those from Africa, Asia, and Latin America to apply. How to Apply: Those interested in CAG membership should submit their nominations by email to cagchair@IPSASB.org. The nomination should include the CV and contact details of the nominee, as well as a cover letter that notes the reasons for their interest and the value they would add to the CAG. Nominations are due by October 31, 2018. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  13. The SMP Committee supports the concept that professional skepticism should be applicable to all professional accountants and supports IESBA in giving greater consideration to the characteristics which should be expected of all professional accountants when complying with the fundamental principles. However, the term professional skepticism, as currently conceptualized by IAASB, is not suitable to be applied by all professional accountants. The SMP Committee believes that rather than debating the terminology, it is more important to focus on the characteristic that should and can be expected of a diligent accountant who follows all the fundamental principles. In this respect, more application guidance would be welcomed to drive behavior change over time. أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  14. السعودية Investing.com عُمان: «الصندوق الاحتياطي» يتوسع في شراء الأسهم المحليةدار الحياة قال الرئيس التنفيذي لصندوق الاحتياطي العام في سلطنة عُمان إن الصندوق يتوسع في شراء الأسهم في السوق المحلية مع انخفاض الأسعار إلى مستويات مغرية. وهوى مؤشر سوق مسقط للأوراق المالية بنسبة 20 في المئة من أعلى مستوى له في تشرين الثاني (نوفمبر) الماضي، نتيجة مخاوف من أن يدفع انخفاض أسعار النفط، الحكومة لتقليص الإنفاق. وكشفت الحكومة العُمانية عن خطط لخفض دعم الغاز الطبيعي في القطاع الصناعي، يينما تدرس مجموعة أخرى من الإجراءات لخفض الإنفاق وزيادة الضرائب. وفي ختام الأسبوع الماضي للتداول، صرّح عبد السلام ... صندوق الاحتياطي العام لسلطنة عمان يعتزم التوسع في شراء الاسهم المحليةالبوابة رويترز - الصندوق السيادي العماني يتوسع في شراء الأسهم المحليةالجديد اليوم NEW TODAY الصندوق السيادي العماني يتوسّع في شراء الأسهم المحليةموقع الأخبار اليوم جميع المقالات البالغ عددها 9 » View the full article
  15. السعودية نيوز الاستثمار: صدور قانون تخصيص الأراضى الصناعية خلال أسبوعينالسعودية نيوز ماشي.كوم/ صرح أشرف سالمان وزير الاستثمار المصرى، أنه فى غضون أسبوعين سيصدر من رئاسة الجمهورية القانون الخاص بتخصيص الأراضى الصناعية بالأمر المباشر. وأوضح سالمان، على هامش القمة السنوية لصناعة السيارات والمنعقدة اليوم الأحد تحت عنوان "مستقبل وفرص الاستثمار فى قطاع السيارات والصناعات المغذية"، أن قانون الاستثمار سيعرض على المجموعة الاقتصادية نهاية الشهر الجارى، ثم سيعرض فى أول يناير على اللجنة التشريعية، ويليها موافقة مجلس الدولة فى رئاسة الجمهورية، على أن يصدر فى أوائل شهر مارس القادم. وبين أن الحكومة ... سالمان: اصدار قانون تخصيص الاراضي الصناعية بالامر المباشر فى غضون اسبوعينجديد اليَوم الاستثمار: قانون لتخصيص الأراضي الصناعية خلال أسبوعينارب فينانس جميع المقالات البالغ عددها 20 » View the full article
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