Practice

Bridget Noonan

The 3 ways practitioners can improve disclosure quality in financial statements

Use your templates and checklists properly, says Bridget Noonan of Clearline Consulting
Profession

Teck Resources: The Best in Sustainability Reporting

Teck Resources won top global honours for its sustainability reporting in 2017
Profession

Integrated reporting creating new opportunities for CPA profession

Non-traditional reporting is aligning with the overall disclosure controls of companies today, says KPMG
Profession

Financial Reporting Excellence in a World of Voluntary Reporting

CPA Canada’s 2017 Awards of Excellence in Corporate Reporting
Profession

The 21st century appeal of integrated reporting

KPMG says voluntary reporting is growing. The positives outweigh the negatives, says IFAC's deputy chair
Profession

7 ways to protect yourself legally when preparing engagement letters

Limit your legal liability through your engagement letter, says professional liability lawyer James Lane
Business

Canada's MNP LLP growing again through merger with London-based accounting firm

Merger continues major changes in Canadian accounting public practice
Business

Deloitte liable for Livent audit in pivotal Supreme Court decision

UPDATED: Supreme Court decision sets legal framework for establishing audit liability, virtual guarantor
Profession

Auditors Beware: How Lavender v Miller Bernstein increased audit liability

Investors can rely on a report without ever seeing it, says professional liability lawyer James Lane
Business

Canadian angle to record revenues reported by KPMG International

Accounting firm now headed by Canadian Bill Thomas, praised for diversity promotion
Opinion

Clutter to Clarity: Template financial statement tools are missing the mark

Bridget Noonan of Clearline Consulting takes a hard look at the templates used by Canadian accounting practitioners
Profession

Audit regulator reports fewer inspection findings for Big Four in 2017

Auditors must watch for pervasive risk of management bias