ACCA Global

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The event will focus on key barriers and opportunities in the development of high-quality human rights metrics to guide responsible investment

29 June 2018

10.00am-12.30pm, followed by a networking lunch

Converging, interconnected issues, including the changing finance landscape, have brought sustainable finance and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to the fore as a unifying global agenda for countries, companies,

Beside impacting nearly all other aspects of everyday’s life, new technologies are also changing the financial industry and the way consumers and firms access financial services.

 

 

30 January 2018, 14.00pm-18.00h - followed by a cocktail reception

Residence Palace, Brussels

 

With uncertainty surrounding the negotiations on the UK’s exit from the EU, financial services firms in London, across Europe and all over the world still have no clear answers as to what the situation will be post-2019.

“Jobs of tomorrow: what educationals skills do we need?”

“Aligning Corporate Governance and culture: What’s in it for the board?”

INVITATION
 
The Future of Audit
 
16 November

“Education and training 2020 - giving today's young people the workplace skills they will need”

Policy makers debate key issues at the ACCA President’s Debate 2016, held in Malaysia

Internet and digital technologies are transforming our societies, bringing with them an incredible potential for new opportunities, but also new challenges and threats.

ACCA, in the framework of the President’s Debates series, is delighted to invite you to a high level conference, which will gather policy experts to discuss proposals for a Banking Union and the way towards a solid and sustainable integrated financial framework.

Transparency, consistency and comparability in the social and environmental information accompanying company financial statements are increasingly seen as important in terms of strengthening the trust of investors and stakeholders in those companies. 

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), prepared by the London-based International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), aim to standardise accounting practices internationally.

‘Restarting the SME credit market in Europe:
what role for securitisation and the capital markets?’’

Hosted by Othmar Karas, MEP

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