Auditing Careers Advice

  • IT Audit Jobs in Asia Pacific
    The IT Audit market across the Asia Pacific region has been a growing practice throughout 2015 with a number of industries placing the IT Audit function high up on their hiring agenda.
  • The current market for external audit jobs in Asia Pacific is largely governed both by current regulations as well as by the qualities most yearned for by the Big 4 professional services firms.
  • The changing regulations that are impacting the financial services landscape continue to keep the functions of risk, compliance and audit at the top of the hiring priority list for companies across the Asia Pacific region.
  • The main theme that is evident across the region for the internal audit function has to do with supply and demand as employers are looking to fill a unique set of criteria within a limited talent pool.
  • The future for compliance candidates across Asia Pacific is bright, according to data from Morgan McKinley which revealed its figures for Q1 of 2015 earlier this month.
  • A recent ABC investigation has concluded that full time earnings for men and women within the same job continue to be staggeringly disparate.
  • We’ve all heard the saying; “Queensland: sunny one day, perfect the next” and Queensland’s capital city, Brisbane, is no exception.
  • Mark Jansen, Partner - Risk Assurance at PwC Singapore speaks about his experiences of working as an Australian expat in Singapore and the benefits of living in the truly cosmopolitan city.
  • IT auditing in China has enjoyed rapid progress with much of the investment in exploration made by China's National Auditing Office.
  • The Asia Pacific is currently one of the most exciting regions in which to work. The thriving business market and the onslaught of technology in the key APAC countries such as Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia create a highly dynamic and overflowing pot of employment opportunities in the ...
  • Six in ten accountants in the Asia Pacific region will be looking for a new job over the next 6-12 months, with more than a quarter immediately looking to move.
  • More than half of all accountants in the Asia-Pacific region (53%) have admitted that an increase in working hours has had a detrimental effect on their health according to latest survey conducted by CareersinAudit.com.
  • As an auditor in Australia or New Zealand, there are a lot of great career opportunities waiting for you in your home country.
  • Whether you are just looking for experience or pursuing a long-term career in audit, it is difficult to make the decision whether to stay or to move abroad. Comparing the pros and cons can help.
  • Are you an accounting graduate fresh out of university and looking for a job in audit? Despite the grim economic outlook, there are still plenty of ways to get your foot in the door and start your dream career in risk management.
  • From senior quality assurance positions to auditors just starting out in their graduate careers, the auditing Holy Grail is usually the same – to excel & make partner at the pinnacle of their professional life. Here are 10 tips on how you can get there quicker.
  • In this article we discuss the difference between public and private, and how you can begin the transition into the Australian or New Zealand private sectors.
  • Read our top tips on how to find, apply for and get offered your dream role working within a Big Four bank.
  • Some new insights about cross cultural factors in the practice of internal audit in Vietnam: interview with Peligo Training Vietnam
  • A thriving financial centre with international recognition, 11.6% of Singapore’s gross domestic product in 2003 came from financial services. It’s the highest value-added service industry in Singapore, and many of the world’s top finance professionals choose to work in the country.