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IESBA COVID-19 Working Group: 5 Ethical Challenges that Will Intensify as the Pandemic Wanes

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May 10, 2021

On May 10, 2021, the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) released an article examining several ethics considerations that will be especially pressure tested during this period of recovery.

A working group formed by the IESBA and national ethics standard setters (NSS) from Australia, Canada, China, South Africa, the UK and the US has released 5 Ethical Challenges that Will Intensify as the Pandemic Wanes, a look at the key ethical issues that lie ahead for professional accountants as the COVID-19 pandemic moves into the next phase. This informative, deep-dive article revisits many of the topics the working group cited previously as ethical challenges brought on by the pandemic and provides updated context and insights to help the professional accountant navigate a continually evolving economic and societal recovery.

Review the press release and article on the IESBA's website.

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