Mistakes - part 8: Do you know why you failed?

By Sameer Kamboj, SKC World

We can either cope with life or participate in it. Those who are coping usually do not scale up, and start looking out for contentment and satisfaction primarily outside their work, seeking external solace, early retirement, sabbaticals, etc. Those who enthusiastically participate are able to harness the abundance that life offers. They fall and grow with the ongoing rhythm of life – at all times, life is an act of destruction and creation resulting in abundance. It is a continuous motion of change that never results in permanent death.

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Warsaw, Poland

European financial integration

By Malgorzata Motyl, Penteris

Information is a core issue for investors in the decision-making process. Removing obstacles for circulating and spreading information is the ground upon which the EU has decided to build the foundations for strengthening the EU single market.

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Sydney, Australia

Know your Australian financial reporting obligations

By Tony Nunes, Kelly + Partners Chartered Accountants

When setting up a business in Australia there are several key planning items that should be addressed which are not always front-of-mind, but if ignored may result in costly mistakes. For example, if an overseas company is conducting business in Australia, it will be required to lodge the foreign parent’s financial statements with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) each year, as well as have other obligations. Therefore it is common for foreign businesses to have an Australian subsidiary.

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Mistakes - part 7: Set a vision that is truly your own. Do not fall into a trap!

By Sameer Kamboj, SKC World

I recently met a fine entrepreneur who has been in the field of health care for some time now. I usually try to engage with a person, then have the general chit chat of “What do you do? How are you?” I asked him what he was trying to accomplish through his amazing organisation, and he said: “We wish to become the best provider of health care services offering affordable and trustworthy care”. This appealed to me. It was a great vision he was trying to achieve, so I was very interested to learn what motivated him to do this.

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How are French auditors dealing with new regulations: Anti-money laundering and terrorist financing

By Carole Hong Tran and her team, FIDAG SARL

French auditors draw particular attention to regulations on antimoney laundering and combating terrorist financing (AML/CFT). The aim is to identify and to assess money laundering and terrorist financing risks. Risk levels are defined according to the type of client (natural or legal client, trust, unincorporated collective investors, persons acting on behalf of the client), the client’s situation (activity, location, particularities) and auditor missions (legal or contractual).

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Sydney, Australia

Know your Australian financial reporting obligations

By Tony Nunes, Kelly + Partners Chartered Accountants

When setting up a business in Australia there are several key planning items that should be addressed which are not always front-of-mind, but if ignored may result in costly mistakes. For example, if an overseas company is conducting business in Australia, it will be required to lodge the foreign parent’s financial statements with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) each year, as well as have other obligations. Therefore it is common for foreign businesses to have an Australian subsidiary.

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Mistakes - part 6: The mistake of “mundane”

By Sameer Kamboj, SKC World

How many times have you told yourself, I love challenges? You do this to motivate yourself and to set yourself up for the long haul. And then, the game begins. You accumulate intelligence, knowledge, information, and degrees. You get faster, you become smarter, and you multitask. You believe that you have risen above the ordinary. After all these efforts and the powers bestowed upon you, how can you be doing mundane activities? Right? You would feel underutilised!

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New Delhi, India

10 mistakes - Part 5: The devil is in the details

By Sameer Kamboj, SKC World

Today in the fifth part of the tenpart series, 10 mistakes made by entrepreneurs on their path to scaling up, we focus on the theme of “the devil is in the details”. Execution of a successful venture requires a balance between an amazing plan or idea and the in-depth attention to executable details.

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10 mistakes - Part 4: Your Low Emotional Consciousness is Making You Vulnerable!

By Sameer Kamboj, SKC World

This is the 4th part of the tenpart series “10 Mistakes Made by Entrepreneurs on Their Path to Scaling Up”, today on Emotional Vulnerability. Even after becoming emotionally intelligent, we can be vulnerable when we do not deal with our emotions consciously. We become either oversensitive or insensitive to our own and to others’ emotions. Using various techniques of Emotional Intelligence, whether using the Ability model or Trait Model, we are able to get down to the symptomatic levels of our emotions – but we are often unable to understand “Why we are the way we are?”

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Auditor Independence and IT Services

By Jeffrey A. Ford, Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP

New audit independence guidance becomes effective in January 2022 in the US for audit firms that provide technology services. The following are only a few of the key issues related to this guidance.

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