IFRS update summer 2006 - a management briefing

by AccountancyAge.com

14 Jun 2006

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In association with PwC

In the sixth of our IFRS management briefings, Accountancy Age in conjunction with PricewaterhouseCoopers, reflects on the progress so far, analyses what exactly has happened, and looks at what we can learn from the whole process moving forward.

Link: to download the full briefing as a .pdf, click here.

Otherwise, read the full chapters below...

IFRS update summer 2006 - time to reflect

IFRS update summer 2006 - coping mechanism

IFRS update summer 2006 - tax alert

IFRS update summer 2006 - prepare to launch

IFRS update summer 2006 - run the risk

IFRS update summer 2006 - the IFRS universe

IFRS update summer 2006 - tangled web

IFRS update summer 2006 - buried treasure

IFRS update summer 2006 - lost in translation

IFRS update summer 2006 - Delhi counter

IFRS update summer 2006 - feel the squeeze

IFRS update summer 2006 - action stations

IFRS update summer 2006 - the way forward

Link: For the latest news and analysis on IFRS, updated every week, register for Access IFRS – PwC’s IFRS resource centre.

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