What’s Wrong With Intercompany Accounting? Plenty.

Growth in business—in revenues, share price, markets, and product offerings—is seen as a fundamental good. But for too many of today’s accounting and finance groups, growing bigger does not mean getting better. In fact, intercompany accounting is seen as a significant...

What’s Wrong With Intercompany Accounting? Plenty.

Growth in business—in revenues, share price, markets, and product offerings—is seen as a fundamental good. But for too many of today’s accounting and finance groups, growing bigger does not mean getting better. In fact, intercompany accounting is seen as a significant...

COSO & WBCSD Release Joint-Venture Guidance

Draft guidance for applying COSO’s Enterprise Risk Management Framework to environmental, social, and governance-related risks has been released by the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) and the World Business Council for...

The Public Auditor’s Role Will Expand in 2018

With the adoption of a new auditing standard by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) in 2017, the auditor’s role in certifying public companies will be expanding at a time when auditors are becoming busier and costlier than ever before. According to...

Building Trust in Business: The New Role of Finance

There’s much to be admired about people in business: their ability to innovate, stimulate economies, and foster competition that leads to growth in standards of thought and leadership. But today’s businesses also suffer from a lack of trust among the world’s...