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Accountancy News

December 2007

- 7 news articles

Campaign stepped up to ban unqualified accountants


Trained accountants could be given better job opportunities after a campaign is being stepped up to stop unqualified people calling themselves accountants, it has been reported. A survey by the ICAS ...

Graduates to get top accountancy jobs


The first degree in Britain that incorporates work experience as a chartered accountant is yielding positive results for graduates, it has been reported.Newcastle University, PricewaterhouseCoopers ...

CIMA: Islamic finance must be kept separate to comply


Islamic finance and conventional UK financial services must operate "side by side" and remain separate as they cannot be fully integrated, according to the Chartered Institute of Management ...

ICAEW launches new faculty


The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has launched a new financial reporting faculty in response to growing demand for information and support. Following the increasing ...

ICAEW urges accountant action over new report


All members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) are being urged to engage more closely with the business community in order to help it deliver on sustainability ...

Finance sector to receive millions in gov funding


The government has announced plans to invest £135 million in the finance sector in a bid to ensure all UK citizens have access to the financial system and to enable them to manage their ...

CIMA first to offer Islamic Finance qualification


The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) has launched a global qualification in Islamic Finance, making it the first professional chartered accountancy body to offer it. The CIMA's ...

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