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The world of accountancy — and journalism — was very different 15 years ago

The world of accountancy — and journalism — was very different 15 years ago

first_imgACCA’s own research has shown a clear expectation gap between what the public expects from auditors and what the profession can deliver, including high expectations of auditors’ responsibility in terms of fraud detection. We also welcomed that the review recognised that the successful reform of audit is dependent on the implementation of reforms concerning the roles of directors and audit committees.  Share And in September 2005, the UK welcomed the birth of a new daily business paper — City A.M. — and ever since its first issue it has been chronicling every twist and turn of an incredibly turbulent period for business, the economy and wider society. whatsapp The world was a very different place 15 Septembers ago.  Tony Blair was settling into his final term as Prime Minister after winning Labour’s third consecutive election. England’s cricketers retained the Ashes after the most thrilling series in memory. Oasis topped the singles charts for the very last time. As we stand here in 2020 the outlook might seem daunting. And so it is. But it is also an unprecedented opportunity. The next chapter in our history is all about how we adapt to the new world wrought by the twin disruptions of Covid and technological upheaval, and I am confident that ethically-driven finance professionals equipped with a wide array of business skills and technological savvy can do more than anyone else to lead that change. Main image credit: Getty Monday 7 September 2020 6:00 am Helen BrandHelen Brand is the chief executive of ACCA As we emerge from the restrictions of the pandemic, I’m looking forward to seeing how we can rebuild and build back better — and how this is recorded day-by-day by City A.M. 15 years that changed the world of journalism and audit Apart from anything else, Covid-19 hastened a digital revolution which is transforming every aspect of our working lives, atomising old certainties.center_img In this way, corporate reporting is evolving to capture all the factors that are essential to a business’s survival, which includes its reputation. Increasingly, consumers demand that the organisations they support, trade with, or work for, represent more than a commercial consideration. The businesses that survive and flourish will increasingly be those that are based on real purpose and worth to society, not just their financial value.  The past 12 months have marked important key developments in the exploration of audit, including the Brydon Review. At ACCA, we welcomed its proposed redefinition of audit to reflect the public interest. We also clarified that the primary beneficiary of audit should remain the investor and that change is needed in the audit sector for it to evolve sufficiently.  whatsapp There has never been a greater motivation to re-imagine our future, and I know that professional accountants are ready to do just that. Our own members have shown immense resilience and creativity in keeping their businesses afloat during the past six months. Their ability to pioneer innovation and harness digital advances, including data analytics, to lead has been beyond impressive.  It didn’t, but we still live with the seismic aftershocks of those times, and our industry certainly isn’t the same as it was then. The role of audit in maintaining market confidence has rarely been out of the news in the intervening years.  First of all, accountants take a much broader view of how they measure success now than they did in 2005, and that fresh vision is vital. More and more companies are joining the integrated reporting (IR) movement, which looks beyond the financial to account for all the stores of value an organisation relies on to create value. The IR concept takes in a wider panorama of reporting, looking at intellectual, social, relationship and natural capital to build a better picture of a company’s worth to both the investor and to society. And although these key challenges still need to be addressed, looking more widely, in my view, the accountancy profession has grown and developed for the better over these past 15 years. No one can be certain what the world of work will look like 15 years from now in 2035. But we can be sure that it won’t be business as usual. The pandemic has raised fundamental and urgent questions about what work means. About what the workplace represents. About the relevance of office hours and old patterns of employment.  Show Comments ▼ As we enter the next 15 years and re-build from the chaos of Covid-19, I believe that accountants are perfectly placed to bring that long-term view, that dedication to public value, and an ethical approach to investment choices which every business will need to prosper. ACCA’s own industry — accountancy and finance — has seen enormous, headline-grabbing changes over those 15 years, not least in the wake of the crisis of 2008 when banks toppled, the existence of global trade seemed at risk and the US President famously noted: “This sucker could go down.” by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeDaily FunnyFemale Athlete Fails You Can’t Look Away FromDaily FunnyNoteableyJulia Robert’s Daughter Turns 16 And Looks Just Like Her MomNoteableybonvoyaged.comThese Celebs Are Complete Jerks In Real Life.bonvoyaged.comNews SharperChrissy Metz Is So Skinny Now And Looks Like A Model (Photos)News SharperBeach RaiderMom Belly Keeps Growing, Doctor Sees Scan And Calls CopsBeach RaiderJustPerfact USAMan Decides to File for Divorce After Taking a Closer Look at This Photo!   JustPerfact USABleacherBreaker4 Sisters Take The Same Picture For 40 Years. 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WHO sees progress in Ebola response, but others see a grimmer reality

WHO sees progress in Ebola response, but others see a grimmer reality

first_img About the Author Reprints Privacy Policy Leave this field empty if you’re human: While the response teams often need armed guards to travel about, people in the region move freely and often. Ryan noted that about one-fifth of the people who have been infected have traveled to another health zone from the one in which they live when they first seek care — often starting spread in new locations as a consequence, or reigniting transmission in a location where it had previously been stopped.That tendency also complicates the job of figuring out who infected whom. Response workers need to figure out where the virus is circulating and who has been in its path, so that people who are at risk of contracting Ebola can be offered an experimental vaccine being used to help stop the outbreak.Ryan acknowledged officials believe they are detecting only about 75% of cases. Improving that figure will involve persuading the affected communities to cooperate with containment efforts, he said.Still, Ryan said there are signs of progress. There have been 88 cases a week in the past couple of weeks, down from an average of 126 cases a week in April. And the number of case contacts being monitored daily to see if they have developed symptoms dropped from a high of 20,000 a day to 15,000, he said. Efforts to contain the 10-month-old Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo appear to be bearing fruit, with a decline in cases over the past two weeks and a shrinking of the geographic footprint of the zones of transmission, the World Health Organization said Thursday.The cautious notes of optimism were in contrast to messages from earlier in the week from other partners in the response, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.The CDC’s director, Dr. Robert Redfield, warned Tuesday that the world needs to prepare for the possibility the epidemic could drag on for another year or two. And Tariq Riebl, an emergency response director for the International Rescue Committee, said the sharp rise in case in cases this spring, at a time when an outbreak ought to be coming under control, suggested drastic changes are needed. “This response requires a total and complete reset,” Riebl said.advertisement “But … I think Dr. Redfield is really trying to wake the world up to the fact that this is a very complex situation and that if we keep operating at less than perfect efficiency, we may end up being around dealing with this outbreak for a very long time.”Ryan pushed back against the call for a total reset, saying that’s not an option available to the response.“Adapt, yes. Learn, yes. Change things, yes,” Ryan said. “I’ve been through a lot of Ebola and other outbreaks. There are no magic bullets. There are no unicorns. It’s just hard work and learning from what we do.”The outbreak, which passed the 2,000-case mark at the beginning of the week, is the second largest on record. As of Tuesday, there have been 2,025 cases and 1,357 deaths.While the outbreak is still substantially smaller than the 2014-2016 West African outbreak — which spanned multiple countries, accruing more than 28,000 cases and more than 11,000 deaths — the WHO has said it might be the toughest the agency and its partners have had to fight.The affected provinces have been embroiled in a more than two-decades-long conflict, making travel to and work in some communities difficult and dangerous. The years of fighting have left the people in the region highly distrustful of their own government and anyone deemed to be an outsider.That has made the critical work of Ebola containment — finding cases, figuring out who has been exposed to the cases, persuading contacts to be vaccinated, and persuading people sick with the virus to be treated in specially equipped health centers — challenging to achieve. Since late February, the Ebola response teams and facilities have been the targets of multiple attacks, several of which have claimed lives of response workers. HealthWHO sees progress in Ebola response, but others see a grimmer reality Senior Writer, Infectious Disease Helen covers issues broadly related to infectious diseases, including outbreaks, preparedness, research, and vaccine development. Family members gather to watch a victim of the Ebola outbreak buried in Butembo. JOHN WESSELS/AFP/Getty Images Helen Branswell Comparing the Covid-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson center_img Tags infectious diesease By Helen Branswell June 6, 2019 Reprints Please enter a valid email address. The WHO’s Dr. Mike Ryan, who is executive director of the global health agency’s emergencies program, said Redfield’s estimation was a worst-case scenario. But he said other possibilities include halting spread in the Congolese provinces of North Kivu and Ituri much sooner than that. Trending Now: Newsletters Sign up for Morning Rounds Your daily dose of news in health and medicine. @HelenBranswell “The outcome is effort related,” Ryan said. “Are we prepared to make immediate, sustained, comprehensive effort to bring this disease under control? And if we are, I believe the timelines can be much shorter than the ones stated.”advertisementlast_img read more

Special Holiday Snacks ‘Hard As Rocks’

Special Holiday Snacks ‘Hard As Rocks’

first_imgNewsEconomy Facebook Twitter By Daily NK – 2015.02.17 6:33pm RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR US dollar and Chinese reminbi plummet against North Korean won once again News AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] SHAREcenter_img News North Korea Market Price Update: June 8, 2021 (Rice and USD Exchange Rate Only) Special Holiday Snacks ‘Hard As Rocks’ Special rations in time for Kim Jong Il’s birthday [Feb.16] celebrations were not handed out this year in North Korea, although crackersand sweets did make their way to children as “gifts from the Marshal,” despitetheir pitiful quality.“In the past, cases of alcohol, oil, and other specialrations were handed out for this holiday but for the past few years this hasnot been the case,” a source in Yangkang Province told Daily NK on Tuesday.“Though the children were given crackers, they were hard as rocks and notadequately processed; it certainly didn’t feel like a holiday.”Just as during Kim Jong Eun’s birthday, crackers and candy were distributed, but the crackers were heavily laden with cornmeal, so people “couldn’t tell if they were cornmeal crackers or ricecake crackers,” he said. “The candies had so much yeot [ataffy-like substance made from grains] in them that people joked around callingthem lumps of yeot [the Korean term for this taffy sounds similar to an obscenity for waste matter].”Most felt that these special rations were sosignificantly low in quality compared to previous handouts that people would have been better off not receiving them. “Most people don’t think much of it anymore if they don’tget any rations during the holidays, because they’re so used to not receivinganything,” he said. “Even if they hold ‘loyalty singing gatherings’people are mobilized to the event, but most focus more on business and theirpersonal life.”North Korea designated February 16th as a public holiday in1975, and on the former leader’s 50th birthday in 1992, Pyongyang officiallynamed it one of the biggest national celebrations. In 2012, the year followingthe leader’s death, February 16th was renamed the “Day of the Shining Star” andrations were provided to help rally public sentiment around the occasion. North Korea has typically used holiday rations as an essential meansto promote the “consideration” of the Kim leadership for the public and encourageloyalty. But in the recent years, even on the Taeyangjeol [Day of the Sun], which celebrates the birthday of founder Kim Il Sung, rations have beenunavailable.“The state seems to know that people don’t carrysignificant, if any, expectations for special rations,” a high-ranking NorthKorean defector told the Daily NK on condition of anonymity. “It reflects KimJong Eun’s method of governance, which purports to look after children andother vulnerable groups, leaving the general population to fend for themselves.” There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest News last_img read more

ETFs, mutual funds bleed assets in March

ETFs, mutual funds bleed assets in March

first_img Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Business chart with glowing arrows and world map peshkov/123RF ETFs and mutual funds saw their assets under management plummet in March, according to data from the Investment Funds Institute of Canada (IFIC).In a month plagued by market volatility, ETF assets fell by $20 billion, down 9.5% from February. Mutual fund assets fared worse, falling by $159.9 billion, down 10% from February. Keywords ETFs,  Mutual fundsCompanies Investment Funds Institute of Canada Mutual fund sales dipped, but still outpaced ETF sales in April Facebook LinkedIn Twitter IE Staff Related news $4.7B flowed into Canadian ETFs in March Thematic funds thrived during pandemic, but watch long-term performance: report Despite their plunge in asset value, ETFs recorded net sales of $3 billion in March. Equity ETFs led the pack with $4.2 billion in net sales, followed by balanced funds, which saw $124 million in net sales. Money market funds had $31 million in net sales.Bond ETFs had $1.2 billion in redemptions and specialty ETFs had $139 million in redemptions.IFIC’s data is not adjusted to remove double-counting ETFs that invest in other ETFs.Mutual funds had net redemptions of $14.1 billion in March, led by $11 billion in balanced-fund redemptions and $6.7 billion in bond-fund redemptions. The only asset classes that didn’t suffer net redemptions were money market funds, which had net sales of $4.1 billion, and specialty funds, which had net sales of $181 million.last_img read more

New standards for safer, secure housing

New standards for safer, secure housing

first_imgNew standards for safer, secure housing Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen and Minister for Public Works and Procurement The Honourable Mick de BrenniMinister for Public Works and Procurement Mick de Brenni has helped score a big win for millions of Australians today, with a majority of State and Territory Building Ministers agreeing to include a national minimum standard for new housing in the public comment draft of the National Construction Code 2022.Mr de Brenni said a minimum accessibility standard would ensure safe, secure and liveable housing especially for seniors, with significant growth expected in the number of Australians remaining in their homes as they age.“Housing should be designed to accommodate all people, regardless of their age or disability,” the Minister said.“From young families with children to those with a temporary injury or permanent disability as well as the elderly, these reforms will benefit everyone.“Finding a suitable rental home or home to purchase can be incredibly challenging for the 3.8 million seniors and the 4.4 million Australians with a mobility-related disability.“The relatively simple and cost-effective fit out of homes with accessibility features would also mean the elderly can stay in their homes longer, enabling full and continued participation in life, like work, volunteering and family interactions.“Seniors deserve to remain active and engaged, with strong connections to family and community, and a safe and secure home can help them age with dignity.”Mr de Brenni said the minimum accessibility standard will now form part of the National Construction Code 2022 public comment draft, which is scheduled to be released on 10 May.The national minimum accessibility standard would include simple but crucial features at the silver standard of the Livable Housing Design Guidelines, such as:At least one step-free entrance doorWider internal doors and corridorsToilet on ground level (or entry level)“It will also include sensible exemptions for steep slopes, small lots and, of course, continuing to allow traditional styles like the iconic Queenslander to be a feature of our cities and towns,” the Minister said.“The up-front inclusion of these features will cost as little as one per cent of the building cost, however many designs already have them included, compared to almost 20 times the cost to retrofit.“The cost to retrofit, and the cost to society through inequity, demands on social housing and homelessness and family dislocation, is far, far greater.“These changes will make a tremendous difference to the lives of people with mobility limitations, where a single step can be an insurmountable obstacle to social and economic participation.”Mark Tucker-Evans, Chief Executive, Council on the Ageing (COTA) Queensland welcomed the decision.“This will change the life of hundreds of thousands of Australians who are currently limited in their day to day activities simply because their housing doesn’t meet their needs.“Australia’s lack of accessible housing has forced many older Australians into residential care, when the majority of older Australians would rather age at home”.“This decision is a strong recognition that every Australian deserves a home which is safe, secure and meets their needs.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Accessibility, Australia, Australian, building, children, community, council, Elderly, Government, homelessness, housing, Minister, mobility, purchase, QLD, Queensland, Seniors, Societylast_img read more

Globe set to rollout Alipay model in the Philippines

Globe set to rollout Alipay model in the Philippines

first_img Globe Telecom’s financial service subsidiary is set to launch QR code payments in the Philippines in a bid to replicate the success investor Ant Financial enjoys in China.Globe subsidiary Mynt – which runs GCash – received a cash injection from Alipay owner Ant Financial in February and is now set to adopt similar tactics to those driving mobile payments adoption in China.The facility to process point of sale transactions will be added to the GCash app, which already allows mobile top-up, money transfer and bill payment.Globe estimates 70 per cent of the Filipino population are unbanked, while 90 per cent are unable to access formal credit – leading to the current popularity of cash payments in the country.Globe president and CEO Ernest Cu said: “I believe e-payments have a tremendous amount of potential in the Philippines given the continuous growth of smartphone penetration and the number of unbanked Filipinos. Only a very select group of Filipinos have access to financial services so we want to provide that access to them.”“Part of financial services is cashless payments. It has taken off in other countries like China and India where the people have realised its value because of the convenience and security that it provides – merchants and buyers don’t have to prepare change, e-money cannot be easily stolen, payments can easily be tracked, among other things.” Previous ArticleIndustry veteran Obermann set to join Telenor boardNext ArticleRoomi plots US, global expansion after raising $11M Author Globe Telecom beats network targets Home Globe set to rollout Alipay model in the Philippines Chris Donkin Globe Telecom profit climbs AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 14 NOV 2017 center_img Globe asseses satellite internet options Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Related Asia Tags AlipayAnt FinancialGCashGlobe Telecomlast_img read more

T-Mobile US ups ante with NB-IoT launch

T-Mobile US ups ante with NB-IoT launch

first_img Amazon reels in MGM T-Mobile US beat rival Verizon to the punch, debuting the country’s first nationwide NB-IoT network.Balaji Sridharan, T-Mobile VP of IoT and M2M, told Mobile World Live the network operates on guard band spectrum in the AWS, PCS and 700MHz bands, covering 320 million PoPs across 2.1 million square miles.By deploying in the guard bands, fallow gaps of spectrum left between radio frequencies to prevent interference, T-Mobile said it can use its spectrum resources most efficiently, ensuring traffic from IoT applications doesn’t compete with cellular customer data on its network.The operator noted it is the first in the world to launch an NB-IoT network in the guard bands.First moverT-Mobile’s launch puts it ahead of Verizon, which also committed to deploy a nationwide NB-IoT guard band network sometime in 2018. Sprint and Dish are also working on NB-IoT networks.Sridharan said the early rollout, in conjunction with a newly announced partner programme aimed at helping customers develop and bring NB-IoT products to market more quickly, gives the operator a first mover advantage which will allow it to shape adoption of the technology.He noted T-Mobile already has a significant number of customers interested in NB-IoT and is actively working on a number of pilot programmes which incorporate it. Asset tracking is a particularly popular application among its enterprise clients, he added.Money makerIn the short term, Sridharan said T-Mobile expects to earn NB-IoT revenue mainly through connectivity. He explained the goal is to get the technology into the hands of as many developers and innovators as possible, who can develop new applications for a variety of use cases that can be monetised.“Right now we’re in the early stages, [figuring out] how do I enable billions and billions of connections. That’s where NB-IoT is going to get us and then as that grows there will be other monetisation models that develop on it.”T-Mobile’s NB-IoT tariff for businesses costs $6 per year for up to 12MB of data use per connected device. Previous ArticleExperts say trust key to mobile finance successNext ArticleRogers eyes future growth as Q2 net additions soar Author NB-IoTT-Mobile US Home T-Mobile US ups ante with NB-IoT launch Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Related T-Mobile US chief predicts market rebound AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 19 JUL 2018 Diana Goovaerts Tags China Telecom claims NB-IoT milestonelast_img read more

HSE says curtailment of mental health services for older persons is “temporary”

HSE says curtailment of mental health services for older persons is “temporary”

first_imgHomepage BannerNews There are no plans to change the delivery of services for older persons in the Dungloe area or across Co Donegal.Donegal Mental Health Services wish to reassure the public that the current arrangement is of a temporary nature  and every effort is being made to return to a full service as soon as possible.The 2016 Mental Health Service Plan includes the proposed appointment of a second full time Consultant with special interest in Older Persons. Approval has been received from the Consultants Appointment Unit for a second post and recruitment will commence early in 2016. By admin – December 7, 2015 Pinterest Google+ Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook WhatsApp Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Pinterest HSE says curtailment of mental health services for older persons is “temporary” Facebook Google+ Previous articleSenior council official says weekend flooding was “the worst in living memory”Next articleNo decision in new Kelly sentence hearing admin 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal The  Donegal Mental Health Services for Older Persons are maintaining their current case loads. There is a staffing issue of a temporary nature and in the interim new service users and their families are advised to contact their local GP in the first instance.  Emergency referrals will be dealt with on a case by case basis by the Mental Health Services for Older Persons team with the support of their General Adult Psychiatry colleagues. Statement in full – The HSE has confirmed that staffing issues are curtailing services for new referrals to Donegal Mental Health Services for Older Persons, but current case loads are being maintained.In statement, the HSE says there is a staffing issue of a temporary nature, and in the interim, new service users and their families are advised to contact their GP. Emergency referrals will be dealt with on a case by case basis by the Mental Health Services for Older Persons team, with the support of their General Adult Psychiatry colleagues.The statement says the current arrangement is of a temporary nature and every effort is being made to return to a full service as soon as possible, with a second consultant to be recruited early next year. Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Letterkeny man found with glue arrested on suspicion of criminal damage

Letterkeny man found with glue arrested on suspicion of criminal damage

first_imgNews Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North By News Highland – May 10, 2013 Pinterest WhatsApp Letterkeny man found with glue arrested on suspicion of criminal damage Pinterest Previous article70 years today since 19 young people lost their lives in Ballymanus Sea Mine DisasterNext articleDonegal Deputy says Morris Tribunal lessons have not been learned News Highland Google+center_img WhatsApp Gardai have arrested a man in Letterkenny this morning on suspicion of criminal damage.The local man in his late 20’s was arrested shortly after 6.30am following a tip off from a member of the public.It is understood the man was found in possession of a number of items including glue.Over the last several months, a number of homes and cars in the Ballymacool Terrace and Ard O’Donnel areas have had glue inserted into their locks.The man arrested today is being questioned at Letterkenny Garda Station. Facebook Google+ Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Watch: Stormers in lockdown (Week 4)

Watch: Stormers in lockdown (Week 4)

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