How CFOs and Finance Functions Bring Value in the COVID-19 Crisis

CFOs and Finance Functions Must Take the Lead to Sustain and Turn Around Organisations Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 Movement Control Order Extended until 12 May 2020

On the evening of 23 April 2020, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced the fourth extension of the Movement Control Order (MCO) which is expected to end on 12 May 2020.

Harnessing Technology During and After the MCO Period

Members of the MIA’s Digital Technology Implementation Committee (DTIC) and its working groups explain how their organisations are leveraging on technology to sustain business in the MCO, while preparing for life and work post-MCO.

The Financial Reporting Implications of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic crisis and its economic effects mean that investors and other stakeholders need high-quality financial information more than ever.

Technology Adoption by the Accountancy Profession in Malaysia

This 2019 survey is a follow up to a similar survey that was carried out in 2017 which contributed to the development of the MIA Digital Technology Blueprint that was launched in July 2018.

Digital Talent a Must to Surmount Covid-19 Crisis

Covid-19 is not just a pandemic and therefore a social and economic emergency, but it is undoubtedly a gamechanger.

Government Authorises Additional Sectors to Operate to Mitigate Impacts of Covid-19

The Cabinet has announced its approval for additional sectors to operate during the third phase of the extended Movement Control Order, in a statement released by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) on 10 April 2020.

Covid-19: 5 Key Steps for Accountants to Guide SMEs Through the Crisis

Accountants – many of whom are small practitioners themselves – are SMEs’ trusted advisors. The corona crisis is a critical time where SMEs need all the guidance they can get to navigate through the storm.

Tips for Making Virtual Connections Work for You

Virtual meetings have long been a relatively cheap and carbon-friendly alternative to in-person meetings.

We Have to Address Mental Health—Especially Now

Mental health and well-being is not a trend or buzz word. It is real and must be addressed—not just in the public interest but in the interests of humanity.