Transmits Group Bertha Case study
In summarizing the article, you should include the discussed background, problem statement, literature review, theology, findings, and conclusion. 2. The authors argued that “the corporate scandal of the Transmits Group Bertha can be equated to the case of the Enron and Nonrandom financial accounting scandals in the US many years ago’.
Discuss the details of the aforementioned corporate scandal cases. 3. The article employs survey method to study the issue. Questionnaires were issued to auditors of the sampled audit firms through the mail in March 2012.
How far do you think earnings management should be controlled through the audit process or by other means? Does this problem merit further control? 4. Do you think many companies in Malaysia engage in earnings management? Should they? Provide relevant Justifications.
5. Neat are the possible implications of creative accounting? Miller, R. S. None 2010). Is FIRS for Seems For Your Company? , financial executive, 16.
Retrieved from www. Punctiliousness’s. Org (assessed on 1 November 2013). 1 . Summarize the differences between Full FIRS and FIRS for SEEM.
2. Discuss FIVE (5) key challenges that might be faced by the Malaysian key players in adopting the FIRS for Seems. 3. In your opinion, how does this adoption influence the performance of Seems. Provide your reasoning. 4.
“Seems are already overburdened with regulations and may find the idea of adopting new accounting standards unnecessary and Inconvenient”. Based on this statement, do you think this adoption is unnecessary and inconvenient? Provide relevant Justifications
Table of contents 3. The answers to the questions 4. List of References and Appendices (articles/ paper cuttings/any hardcopy of the references) d. Plagiarism Plagiarism or any other form or cheating will not be tolerated. Your report should consist of your discussion of the topic and not a copy-paste version of the summary from the internet.
If a group is deemed to be guilty of plagiarism or cheating, no marks will be given to the group. Such conduct obviously constitutes unethical behavior.