Reporting, EY Assurance’s insights hub, brings together insights and ideas that will interest, inform and inspire business leaders. It’s about more than the numbers, examining reporting in its broadest sense.
My wish list: Conway Lee
The independent non-executive, who holds roles at several top Chinese companies, shares his opinions on external auditor services, regulation, data analytics and more.
The poll: APAC and EMEIA fraud surveys
Two recent EY fraud surveys suggest that technology could be the secret weapon in the fight against unethical behavior.
Climate risk reporting: bridging the compliance gap
As demands grow for companies to incorporate environmental risk into their strategy, non-compliance is drawing unwelcome attention from regulators.
Emerging markets: Peru – Latin America’s hidden growth story
Unnoticed by many, Peru has become one of the world’s leading emerging markets, with impressive growth underpinned by improved corporate governance.
Malcolm Finn: coffee shop talk
The Global Financial Controller at coffee store chain Costa talks about his current reporting challenges, the importance of sustainability and the changing role of the CFO.
The buy side: on the right track
Why investors in infrastructure often look beyond the financial statements for information.
An appetite for nonfinancial information
Investors are increasingly interested in nonfinancial information, but are they getting the environmental, social and governance data they need? Watch our video.
AI: welcome to the machines
Artificial Intelligence is poised to transform the audit, but it will never replace the skills of the auditor, says EY’s Jeanne Boillet.
10 career tips from the world's leading CFOs
FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 CFOs share key pointers to being a finance leader, from embracing technology to nurturing your team.
The poll: ESG investor survey
An EY survey reveals investors are disappointed with the environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosures of global companies.
How to seal the global deal
CFOs based in China, South Africa and the US discuss cross-border acquisitions, from initial research to post-merger integration.