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The changing role of CAs during the credit crunch

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Chris Horne, managing partner at Campbell Dallas, reflects on how client needs have altered over the past two years and looks at what CAs can offer

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Scottish Business Crime Centre: How to tackle fraud

Scottish Business Crime Centre: How to tackle fraud

Fraud Squad: How to bring a fraud case to the police

Fraud Squad: How to bring a fraud case to the police

Bill Cleghorn: Credit crunch will fuel corporate fraud

Bill Cleghorn: Credit crunch will fuel corporate fraud

Bill Cleghorn: Why businesses are reluctant to report fraud

Bill Cleghorn: Why businesses are reluctant to report fraud

Donald Main: Accountants need courage to make right decisions

Donald Main: Accountants need courage to make right decisions

Richard George: Setting ethical benchmarks around the world

Richard George: Setting ethical benchmarks around the world

David Molyneaux: Behave ethically, or you will be destroyed

David Molyneaux: Behave ethically, or you will be destroyed

David Molyneaux: How ethical are you?

David Molyneaux: How ethical are you?

Jim Mather: How to make Scotland more competitive

Jim Mather: How to make Scotland more competitive

Jim Mather: CAs have an enormous amount to offer

Jim Mather: CAs have an enormous amount to offer

Russell Hills, KPMG: Who'll be next to desert UK tax regime?

Russell Hills, KPMG: Who'll be next to desert UK tax regime?

Neil Craig, BDO: Time to ban Big Four-only audit clause

Neil Craig, BDO: Time to ban Big Four-only audit clause

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