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Best Cpaaustralia podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Cpaaustralia podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The CPA Australia Podcast brings you the best in on-demand commentary and thought leadership across a variety of topics related to business, leadership and accounting. Each week, our podcast will help you increase your knowledge of business related topics and point you to some of the world’s best resources in strategy, finance and public practice accounting. Never miss an episode by subscribing today via iTunes.
 
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The CPA Australia Victorian Small & Medium Enterprise Committee brings you a continued discussion on real estate. This week: current commercial real estate trends and investment considerations along with the impact of COVID-19. Listen to Bobby Papadopoulos CPA, SME Liaison, who hosts William Young CPA, Head of Australia, China Orient Summit Capital…
 
Kellie Grant, Director at the ATO, explains what the ATO has found in its reviews of Self-managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) auditors in the 2019 compliance program and why many of those SMSF auditors were referred to ASIC. The ATO’s 2019 program focussed on the top 100 auditors and high-risk auditors. Kellie explains what the ATO’s focus is for th…
 
This week’s episode of the CPA Australia Podcast is a discussion of the preliminary findings from the CPA Australia funded research conducted by University of Melbourne into market-readiness in implementing the new accounting standard AASB 16/IFRS 16 Leases. Listeners may obtain a better understanding of how well the market is adapting to the new a…
 
Do you have gaps in your Excel knowledge? Have you missed an INTHEBLACK tutorial in the past 10 years? In this week’s CPA Australia podcast, INTHEBLACK’s Excel expert Neal Blackwood CPA revisits Microsoft Excel’s new functions and features that have come out over the last decade. Learn about the ribbon interface, the customisable quick access toolb…
 
Strategic leadership – what is it and can you learn it? CPA Australia’s ongoing Career Skills Revisited series takes a look back at popular episodes offering useful tips on improving your skills in the workplace. This week: Danette Fenton-Menzies, director of learning at Magical Learning talks about what defines strategic leadership, why it’s so im…
 
This brand-new series looks at the opportunities and challenges facing small businesses today. In this week’s episode we hear from Brenton Ellis CPA, Director of Melbourne-based accounting firm The Gild Group. The Gild Group specialises in key industries such as music and entertainment, and has offices in Melbourne and Manila. Ellis shares some of …
 
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has developed a unique report on measures of audit quality in addition to its audit inspection findings. ASIC’s Doug Niven sits down with CPA Australia and explains the measures ASIC has identified and how he expects them to stimulate discussion and evolve over time as data becomes availabl…
 
In our ongoing career skills revisited podcast series where we feature an interesting career-based episode you may have missed: Clare Mann, Managing Director of Communicate31, and Tao de Haas, Registered Clinical Psychotherapist, Social Ecologist and Executive Coach, discuss team building, mentoring and coaching in the workplace.…
 
ASIC’s audit inspection report found an increase in negative findings and so is commencing new initiatives aimed at improving audit quality. Doug Niven, Senior Executive leader for Financial Reporting and Audit at ASIC, explains to Claire Grayston from CPA Australia the basis of those findings and what ASIC’s new key initiatives involve. Doug also …
 
How much influence can directors and audit committees have over the quality of the external audit? Hear how directors can get the most out of their company’s audit from Jacco Moison at the NZ Financial Markets Authority, as he speaks with Claire Grayston from CPA Australia. The FMA has updated Audit Quality – A Director’s Guide which explains the d…
 
Following release of the FMA’s Audit Quality Monitoring Report, Jacco Moison highlights the FMA’s key findings in six focus areas as well as auditor independence and the level of non-assurance services being provided to audit clients. The FMA compare the audit quality monitoring findings with their survey of investors on perceptions of audit qualit…
 
Looking back at our career focused podcasts, we revisit this CPA Australia Podcast that teaches you about how to approach problems as new opportunities. Strong problem-solving skills can make a huge difference to your career and the organisation you work for. In this podcast episode, you’ll discover different ways and models to approach a problem i…
 
The Public Sector FM model provide relevant insights for finance teams within the public sector. It highlights the financial maturity and benchmark against international best practice. It is particularly aligned to the strategy of “Provide relevant learning and development content, resources and tools” and in this week's CPA Australia Podcast we wi…
 
On this week’s CPA Australia Podcast hear all about the newly released Regulatory Burden Report and the impact of complex regulatory frameworks. Join host Keddie Waller, Head of Public Practice CPA and guest Stephen Jones CPA as they discuss 5 key recommendations that have come from the research and key insights on how they will impact you.…
 
David Murray AO FCPA, chairman of financial services company AMP, returns to CPA Australia after a three-year absence. In this exclusive podcast, he sits down with CPA Australia’s president and chairman Peter Wilson to talk about the challenges leaders face during major periods of transformation, corporate governance, the state of financial advice …
 
The healthcare industry has always been a challenging sector with rules, regulations, guidelines and a complex financial environment. In this podcast episode we will uncover; What are the five top challenges for your healthcare service? How do you approach these challenges and is there pressure to move away from the competition and towards a collab…
 
Lack of professional skepticism in audits has been a recurring theme in ASIC’s audit inspection findings along with other regulators globally, however responding to these concerns can be challenging for audit firms. Recent research by Monash Business School, funded by CPA Australia’s GRPP grants program, helps to understand the drivers of auditors’…
 
A greater understanding of issues and developments in the current Australian housing market. Is the future bright for the Australian housing market or will Australia's low wage growth effect the buyer and seller plus what implications may this have for the financial sector? Join the discussion with host Bobby Papadopoulos, SME Committee and guest W…
 
Combatting modern slavery and wider human rights are playing an increasingly significant role in governance practices and have culminated in Australia with the passing in 2019 of the Modern Slavery Act 2018. Based on CPA Australia funded research, the podcast will examine motivations for development of the Act and explore the efficacy of a regime b…
 
The World Economic Forum has identified Emotional Intelligence as one of the top 10 required skills in the workplace by 2020. As part of the Not for Profit Podcast series, join Mel Yates FCPA, Director of Reporting, Red Tape Reduction and Corporate Services at the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission hosting David Smith exploring the…
 
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is software that mimics human action. Should we be worried about this taking over the finance and accounting profession? Listen to this podcast episode with guest Mohit Sharma from Mindfields Global with host Gloria Sleaby who will discuss RPA in the workplace and if we should be embracing or fearful about the robot…
 
The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) has proposed revised standards on quality management for firms (ISQM 1) and audit engagements (ISA 220), and a new standard for engagement quality reviews (ISQM 2). These standards reflect a shift from prescribed policies and procedures to a risk-based approach to achieving quality ob…
 
There's growing momentum of interest in climate change, how our economy adjusts to these emerging risks, and what the role is particularly of investment behaviour, corporate behaviour, and more particularly corporate disclosure in dealing with these emerging forms of risk. Join John Purcell, Policy Adviser ESG at CPA Australia with Kris Peach, Chai…
 
Join Ram Subramanian, Policy Advisor for Reporting at CPA Australia with Melville Yates, Director of Reporting, Red Tape Reduction and ACNC Corporate Services who will discuss about updates for charities and not for profits.There are several current developments and other forthcoming changes that will have an impact on the operations of many charit…
 
How are your decision making skills at work? The 'career skills revisited' series continues by listening back to Tiffany Quinlan speaking about the process of decision making and how you can improve this skill not only at work but at home too. Originally released 27th April 2018 and recorded in front of a live audience at CPA Congress.…
 
We are looking back at past CPA Australia Podcast episodes that features skills to learn and improve on in your career. This week we are looking at Microsoft Excel. Excel is an essential tool for a CPA member to know and Excel expert Neale Blackwood CPA will explain the key shortcuts you need to know in order to help you in your workplace. Original…
 
In today’s dynamic global business environment, it is no longer enough for finance professionals to just deliver timely and accurate financial reports to their business. We need to be analytics-driven and strategically-minded, and align the right resources, processes and technologies to leverage financial data to develop insights, that will enable …
 
Do you ever feel like there’s not enough hours in the day for your work? First in our CPA Australia podcast career skills re-release series, join Jacquetta Giggs and psychologist Catherine Twiss where they will discuss how to recognise stress and avoid burnout at your work place. Find out how important it is to set boundaries at work and home and w…
 
The financial modelling profession is the art of elegant solving of commercial problems with high-quality, user-friendly tools. Taking a technology agnostic approach to financial modelling not only opens up the core benefits that come with new cloud-based platforms, or database engines, but encourages organisations to think differently about the pr…
 
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