Finance Indaba 2016: Crowe Horwath keeps clients abreast of changing regulations
"Clients will need to be preparing for increased tax reporting obligations as well as gathering information to be able to comply with new and revised accounting standards in 2016,” says Gary Kartsounis, a partner at financial services firm Crowe Horwath, a silver partner at the Finance Indaba Africa 2016 on 13 and 14 October 2016 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg.
In the coming weeks and months, we will be chatting to all the Indaba partners, asking them why
they are joining the event and what their most important message for finance professionals is.
Do you want to hear how Crowe Horwath can help finance professional navigate changing regulations? Do you want to be informed about the latest and greatest in finance? Then don't miss the Finance Indaba Africa 2016.
Why will you be present at the Finance Indaba?
“The Finance Indaba has become the place to be in interacting with leading finance professionals from all sizes and sectors of business.
“The Indaba offers an exciting opportunity to showcase Crowe Horwath as a service provider of choice in the audit, tax and business advisory space. We look forward to the chance to meet personally with prospective clients and to develop solutions to service their specific needs.
What are the challenges you can help finance professionals with in 2016?
“Our core offerings are audit, tax consulting and business advisory services. Finance professionals face an ever-changing legislative environment and are challenged with issues of statutory compliance on a daily basis. We are interested in working closely with clients to understand business needs and to provide professional services to address these needs.
“2016 is a year of preparation with regards to changing accounting and tax legislation. Clients will need to be preparing for increased tax reporting obligations as well as gathering information to be able to comply with new and revised accounting standards.”
What are the challenges of having to continually invest in developing new, highly specialised processes and technologies?
“It is an everyday part of our business to be looking forward to identify future challenges and opportunities. Closely linked to this is the need to innovate and develop the processes to keep ahead in our environment.”
What is it that ties the 120 different branches of Crowe Horwath together?
“The Crowe Horwath network allows our worldwide base of professionals to stand alongside a brand which promises top-notch professional service, the highest standards in integrity and a hands-on approach to doing business.”