Always a challenge in a stable environment, budgeting and forecasting are doubly difficult for organizations that are experiencing rapid growth, as is the case for many companies, divisions and product categories in Asia. Here’s how to deal with them
China, India and Singapore will require country-by-country reporting next year, while Hong Kong begins automatic information exchanges by end 2018. Asian companies can expect closer scrutiny of their intercompany accounting, among others, from 2017
Great leaders reverse the conventional wisdom of kissing up to the boss and kicking down your team to get them to perform. Instead, they kick up when higher ups have a negative impact on the team, and kiss down to coax the best out of them
Millennials can bring value to the finance function: tech savviness, eagerness to learn, analytical skills and the ability to quickly and easily adapt to change. But they can be a challenge to manage, so finance leaders need to understand what drives them
A new EY study finds a sharp increase in the number of businesses in Asia that are planning to sell non-core assets in the next two years, not because they are in trouble but in order to raise funds for new investments. How can CFOs get the best price?