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Professional Matters NEWS AND VIEWS FOR MEMBERS NEW MRA


Tashia Batstone, senior vice-president, external relations and business development,


CPA Canada (third from right, back row), along with members of IMCP and COMPIC from Mexico, and IQAB, representing NASBA and AICPA in the US


Better international career opportunities for CPAs


CPA CANADA, along with accounting bodies from the US and Mexico, has signed a trilateral Mutual Recognition Agreement. This agreement provides for increased recognition of qualified professional accountants and specifies the criteria by which one body’s members are eligible to obtain the credential of the other. “This agreement demonstrates the ongoing commitment of the Canadian


CPA profession to help advance labour mobility through international recogni- tion and efficient integration into the workforce,” says Joy Thomas, president and CEO, CPA Canada. “Streamlining the process of attracting and retaining top-end talent is increasingly important in order to achieve economic growth and social well-being in Canada. The agreement also helps our members by reducing barriers to international career opportunities.”


CR AWARDS


Harnessing the power of excellent corporate reporting


CPA CANADA recognized and showcased the best at its annual Awards of Excellence in Corporate Reporting in December. The winners reinforced that strong corporate reporting enhances accountability and helps protect the public interest. Visit www. cpacanada.ca/crawards to see which publicly listed companies and Crown organizations impressed the judges.


10 | CPA MAGAZINE | JANUARY 2018 DATA DIVING


What’s top of mind for Canadian business leaders?


61%


Believe sustainability issues will affect long-term value creation


WHAT ARE THEY DOING ABOUT IT? 46%


Already incorporate sustainability into overall business strategy


17% Plan to incorporate sustainability 28% Don’t plan to do so 8% Unsure


Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding. The CPA Canada Business Monitor Q3 2017 study was completed September 29 to October 15, 2017, by 493 of 5,036 identified by CPA Canada as professional accountants holding senior positions in industry (CFOs, CEOs, COOs and other leadership roles). Response rate was 13.3%, with a margin of error of ±4.4%, and confidence level of 95%.


Photo courtesy of NASBA


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