G-20 conference requests public listing of money laundering territories

The examiner clearly reads a good newspaper on a regular basis and perhaps gets inspiration for future examination questions.

Which newspaper do you read?

In her article ‘Examiner’s approach to Paper P7 (ACCA)’, which appeared in the January 2007 edition of Student Accountant, Lisa Weaver made the following comments:

“A note on current issues – there is likely to be at least one requirement per exam dealing with a current issues topic.”

“Candidates should appreciate that they are expected to read around current issues and not rely on manuals from tuition providers. Good quality newspapers, professional journals, as well as ACCA’s website, provide sources of information on current developments in audit and assurance.”

I recalled the examiner’s comments when reading in the Sunday newspapers about the G20 conference earlier this year. I also recalled that since 2005, candidates sitting for the advanced level auditing paper have had to be familiar with the international anti-money laundering standard and know the implications of its recommendations.

Have you read a good newspaper today yet? Nothing wrong with starting with sports section, my personal preference, but make sure you read the rest of it as well!
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