How accountants uphold a business’s financial reputation
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How accountants uphold a business’s financial reputation

3 months ago · 3 min watch

How accountants uphold a business’s financial reputation

Accountants are strategic business advisors who also work to protect the public interest. One way in which accountants achieve this is through upholding the financial reputation of an organization.

Ethical requirements that accountants must adhere to, along with their independence and objectivity, provide comfort to investors as they rely on disciplined financial statements to make informed decisions.

Learn more in this video featuring Tom Hood, CPA/CITP, CGMA, executive vice president for business growth and engagement for the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, representing AICPA & CIMA, and Rita Karachun, CPA, CGMA, senior vice president and global controller for Merck.

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