Chartered Accountants Ireland responds to DJEI Strategy Statement 2015-2017
In a week when significant changes were announced to the operations of the Irish Civil Service, the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (DJEI) has asked Chartered Accountants Ireland to comment on the DJEI’s Statement of Strategy 2015-2017. The Institute’s response is below.
Re. DJEI Statement of Strategy 2015 - 2017
I refer to correspondence from the Secretary General, dated 17th October...
Your Institute in the News this week - KBC Business Sentiment Index Q3 2014
The results this week of the Q3 Business Sentiment Survey received extensive media coverage for Chartered Accountants Ireland and our partners, KBC Bank Ireland.
Irish Times, Fri 31 October
In addition, Austin Hughes, Chief Economist, KBC Bank Ireland was interviewed on Newstalk yesterday morning (go to 17 mins).
IAASA publishes observations on selected accounting issues for 2014 financial statements
IAASA, Ireland’s accounting enforcer, has published its annual Observations document highlighting key topics to be considered by those preparing, approving and auditing 2014 financial statements.
IAASA’s remit extends only to Irish companies trading on regulated markets. However, this Observations document should be of interest to a wider range of companies when preparing their 2014 year end financial statements.
The Observations document can...