We’ve sorted through our current and back issues of AB magazine to bring you this collection of articles on public practice.
RSM Chio Lim senior partner Teo Cheow Tong and partners Derek How and Terence Ang describe how the firm continues to support Singapore’s businesses as they grow.
Phil Mullis FCCA, partner at Wilkins Kennedy specialising in independent retailers and FMCGs.
With new types of corporate risk emerging, most uninsurable, it’s unsurprising that professional services firms are seeing huge growth in risk assurance
Lawrence Chai ACCA, managing director at 3E Accounting, Singapore on the challenges of setting up his own practice
Personality profiling is widely used by accountancy firms when recruiting and developing staff, but is it just a fad or a genuine way to get the best out of finance professionals?
Daniel Hobden ACCA, senior manager at Haines Watts shares his story.
As Crowe Horwath (HK) goes from strength to strength in both Hong Kong and China, chairman and CEO Charles Chan discusses the increasingly tough regulatory backdrop.
Now that social networking has permeated modern culture, how your professional image online comes across is key. Beware the pitfalls, warns Robert Walters’ Dominic Salomoni.
Accountants must learn to embrace business partnering, says Sean Yang, finance director at AXA Insurance Singapore.
Aengus Burns FCCA, partner at Grant Thornton, Dublin shares his story.
Gary Lau, corporate advisory senior at Nexia TS, Singapore shares his story.
Smaller audit practices need to venture beyond providing compliance services and begin making themselves synonymous with cutting-edge expertise in their field.
Luke Venner ACCA, manager at Bishop Fleming shares his story.
In an occasional series looking at the working life of ACCA members inside big-name firms, we meet two finance professionals at PKF in Eastern Africa.
Looking back at 2014 and forward to 2015, Dermot O’Leary discusses the importance of safeguarding competitiveness in the domestic economy for Ireland’s economic recovery.
Michelle Hourican FCCA, lecturer at Independent Colleges, Dublin shares her story.
The first global Big Four chairman to be based in Asia, KPMG's Michael Andrew explains why it's important to be close to the world's fastest-growing economies.
In over 35 years with the firm, Deloitte Malaysia’s country managing partner Tan Theng Hooi has witnessed some extraordinary changes in the financial landscape.
Growing a tax practice and developing the profession. All in a day’s work for Dr Claudius Williams-Tucker FCCA, head of tax, regulatory and people services at KPMG Sierra Leone.
For Steven Phan, EY’s Asia-Pacific area managing partner, the key to delivering exceptional service is to ensure that everyone is committed to the firm’s vision.
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