MIA-ACCA Business Outlook Report 2020
The second publication in collaboration between the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) and Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), this report sought to provide insights into the collective viewpoints of accounting and finance professionals, with regards to the business outlook for Malaysia in
2020 and in the medium term. However, the findings have since been overtaken by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. Nevertheless, this report remains valid as a reference for pre-COVID-19 conditions.
MIA-ACCA Business and Economic Outlook Report 2019
This inaugural report was jointly commissioned by the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) and the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (ACCA) to provide insights into the collective views of accountants and finance professionals on the business and economic outlook for Malaysia in 2019. This study formed part of a collaborative research initiative undertaken by both professional bodies to share critical findings on pertinent topics in today’s economic landscape. Through a synergy of resources, this report benefited policy-makers and top leaders in the industry in developing forward-looking strategies and frameworks for their businesses.
CFO Roundtable On Business And Economic Outlook 2019 Report
The findings of the inaugural Business and Economic Outlook (BEO) Report 2019 were deliberated at MIA’s high-level Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Circle in April 2019. This document highlights the perspectives and recommendations by CFOs from public listed companies in Malaysia across various industries at the
CFO Circle, as they responded to the BEO 2019 findings.
Practitioners’ Roundtable On Business And Economic Outlook 2019 Report
The findings of the inaugural Business and Economic Outlook (BEO) Report 2019 were further deliberated by a group of senior professional accountants in public practice (practitioners) at a practitioners’ roundtable in April 2019. This document highlights the perspectives and recommendations shared by practitioners
representing a cross-section of public practice firms (ranging from sole practitioners to the Big Four) at the roundtable.