Good Governance & Sustainable Economy

Professional accountants are instrumental in promoting good corporate governance, facilitating a high-quality information flow between management, board, shareholders, regulators, and other stakeholders. They are essential in a system of checks and balances that contributes to more sustainable and responsible organisations and therefore economies.

Press release, 25 November 2005
Public sector organisations have a responsibility to develop anti-fraud policies to show those seeking to defraud the government that such action is unacceptable and will not be tolerated advised FEE at the launch of a new publication, entitled Good Practice in Tackling External Fraud.
Publication, 2 November 2005
FEE Guide – How SMEs can reduce the risk of fraud
Consultation response, 17 August 2005
FEE Comments on the IFRS for SME Project
Press release, 11 July 2005
Protecting SMEs from Fraud
Publication, 30 June 2005
Assurance for a Sustainable Supply Chain
Press release, 30 June 2005
Supply Chain Key Element in the Management of Business Risk
Press release, 31 May 2005
Alternatives to Existing Capital Maintenance Regime
Press release, 23 May 2005
New Standards for Assurance on Sustainability Reports
Publication, 21 April 2005
Proposal to Amend the Fourth and Seventh Directives
Consultation response, 21 April 2005
Capital Maintenance Regime
Press release, 21 April 2005
FEE Suggests Changes to the Proposed Amendments to the Fourth and Seventh Directives
Publication, 31 March 2005
Risk Management and Internal Control in the EU

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