What Do We Mean by Finance Leadership & Development?
Finance leadership and development involves ensuring that professional accountants in business—or finance professionals, as they are often called—respond to the continually changing expectations of their organizations, the financial markets, and society.
Professional accountants in business” have diverse roles, and support their organizations in a wide range of job functions at various levels. These include:
Finance leadership and development includes:
- Leadership/management: chief executive officer (CEO); chief financial officer (CFO)/financial director (FD); chief operating officer; director of governance or operations; treasurer
- Operational: business unit controller; financial or performance analyst; cost accountant; resources manager; business support manager; systems analyst
- Management control: business assurance manager; risk manager; compliance manager; internal auditor
- Accounting and stakeholder communications: group controller; head of reporting; investor relations manager; financial or management accountant
Lack of exchangeability - Interpretation of IAS21, The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates
UPDATE ON FINANCIAL REPORTING FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS
GUIDANCE AND REMINDER ON PRACTISING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ACCOUNTANCY PROFESSION
- Finance and accounting (F&A) function design and effectiveness;
- Preparing for, and enhancing, finance leadership; and
- Finance professionalism and talent management.
GUIDANCE AND UPDATE ON FINANCIAL REPORTING FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS
ICAZ GUIDANCE ON ACCOUNTING FOR FOREIGN CURRENCY LEASES
IASB PROPOSED CHANGES TO IAS 21
Technical Bulletin 1/2016 - ACCOUNTING FOR TREASURY BILLS
Definition of a public interest entity- Public Accountants and Auditors Board (PAAB)