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August 2022
Most people associate IASeminars training with individuals or small groups attending courses in locations around the world or virtually through platforms like Zoom. Not many are aware that IASeminars also creates courses for larger international organisations spanning continents.
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Proactive training providers will change and adapt to client needs, to market trends and to changes in technology. Here at IASeminars, our latest change is a refresh of our Learning Passports.
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Cast your mind back to an occasion when you learned something new. Really, do it now! If it comes to mind easily it must have been memorable. It may have been at school or university, though maybe not. Perhaps you were learning a new skill: driving, playing guitar, skiing?
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I recently sat down with IASeminars instructor, Caryn Maitland to find out more about course 4082, “ISAs (International Standards on Auditing) Annual Technical Update”.
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I spoke with IASeminars instructor, Caryn Maitland, to learn what makes course 4124 “Ethics – a Workshop for Accountants” different from other ethics training courses out there.
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Public financial management (PFM) has increasingly adopted accrual accounting in recent decades, which has improved financial information and management, and increased transparency and accountability. This has been a huge change in the public sector...
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Last month, I shared an article on what ESG is not, moved by an agitating sensation that strangely unrelated activities were being labelled ‘ESG’ in error. Here, I take a stab at the most important things that ESG is.
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July 2022
At the end of March the newly created International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) issued two exposure drafts. In the second of a 2 part series, Rob Moulin looks in details at what IFRS S1 which deals with general sustainability-related disclosure requirements.
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Public financial management (PFM) covers a wide range of public expenditure on services and goods. Resources are always constrained and so decisions are needed about priority objectives that consider the needs of everyone, so that they are allocated equally and fairly.
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I recently penned a piece on the conspicuous rise in ESG ‘experts’, evaluating the claims to expertise I see springing up all over LinkedIn.
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