Case Study On Ethics In Accounting

CCAB ethical dilemmas case studies 

The UK and Ireland’s Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies (CCAB) has developed a series of helpful case studies, which outline the key principles and processes to consider when attempting to identify, assess and resolve ethical problems in line with the ethical codes.

These case studies illustrate the application of the ‘conceptual framework’ approach to resolving ethical dilemmas and focus on the fundamental principles, which we share with CCAB, of:

  • integrity;
  • objectivity;
  • professional competence and due care; 
  • confidentiality; and
  • professional behaviour.

CCAB case studies

Select a title to view each case study:

Ethical issues for professional accountants in business
Ethical issues for professional accountants in public practice
Ethical issues for professional accountants working as non-executive directors
Ethical issues for professional accountants working in the voluntary sector
Ethical issues for professional accountants working in the public sector

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