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Accounting Technician [AT(SA)], Associate General Accountant [AGA(SA)] and Chartered Accountant [CA(SA)].

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BANKING AND THE ECONOMY: A thought leadership issue

The global financial crisis, which came to the fore in August 2007, has led to a worldwide recession, the consequences of which have been of an unprecedented magnitude and scale. This has included rapid decline in international trade volumes, increased risk aversion, reduced liquidity and heightened market uncertainty. In the main financial centres of the…

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WIK EN WEEG: Verbruiksvertroue glad nie so broos nie

Daar is min twyfel oor Suid-Afrikaanse sakevertroue. Hierdie is moeilike tye. Die RMB/BER sakevertroueindeks het gedurende die 2Q2009 ’n nuwe sikliese laagtepunt van 26 bereik. Net 26 uit 100 bestuurders spreek vertroue uit. In 2007 was dit nog na aan 90. ’n Groot meerderheid van besigheidsmense ervaar momenteel duidelik ’n gebrek aan sakevertroue. In sommige…

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STRAIGHT SHOOTING: Tightening the loose nuts and bolts

During his address at the 2009 SAICA annual dinner, Trevor Manuel, Minister of the National Planning Commission in The Presidency, said: “The period of deregulation has come to an end. No longer can we rely on enlightened self-interest to regulate global markets. Just when we thought that auditors were dull, unnecessary, and simply a hindrance,…

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TECHNICAL: ACCOUNTING

ASSESSMENT OF EMBEDDED DERIVATIVES ON RECLASSIFIED FINANCIAL ASSETS The Accounting Practices Board (APB) approved Embedded Derivatives – Amendments to IFRIC 9(AC 442) – Reassessment of Embedded Derivatives and IAS 39(AC 133) – Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement, as amendments to Statements of Generally Accepted Accounting Practice (GAAP) on 23 April 2009. These amendments clarify the…

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