Financial reporting

David Matthews

KPMG: More assurance needed following reporting changes

KPMG has called for greater assurance in narrative reporting following changes to Companies Act, introduced on 1 October

02 Oct 2013

ICAEW at Moorgate Place

Reporting update could see auditors assure entire report

Institute claims auditors will need to assure all of the annual report if that is what investors want

01 Oct 2013

melanie-mclaren

XBRL taxonomies brought into line with new UK GAAP

Taxonomies used by XBRL will be updated to reflect the new financial reporting standards - FRS 100, 101 and 102

27 Sep 2013

Fast-track company Lo-Q changes year end for 'balance'

Moving Lo-Q's year end to 31 December will provide a greater balance between the two halves of the company's financial year

27 Aug 2013

Integrated reporting nudges closer with new FRC guidance

FRC publishes guidance on new strategic review which is due to replace the business review in annual reports this year

15 Aug 2013

PCAOB proposes biggest shake-up to US audit reports since 1940s

America's accountancy watchdog wants auditors to reveal more information about the listed companies they audit

14 Aug 2013

Only 25% of finance departments ready for GHG reporting

ICAEW and Verco research shows just 25% of companies have accounting software for incoming green reporting requirements

12 Aug 2013

Auditors' duties: The burden of expectation

Jane Howard looks at how auditors can best protect their position in light of enhanced expectations and new reporting requirements

31 Jul 2013

IASB makes progress on conceptual framework

Global standard setter puts draft of the conceptual framework revisions out for discussion

19 Jul 2013

FRC overshoots budget by £1.6m

Total expenditure in 2012/13 was £25.5m, driven up by a rise in disciplinary case costs

18 Jul 2013

DB pensions set for change under FRS 102

UK companies should prepare for a new regime for defined benefit schemes under FRS 102, writes Simon Taylor

08 Jul 2013

Banks should introduce extra accounts for regulators

Bank ought to produce an additional set of accounts for regulators, according to Accountancy Age readers

05 Jul 2013

Colin: It doesn't have to be War and Peace

Brevity should be the soul of company reports, suggests Colin

27 Jun 2013

IASB chair calls for behavioural change in disclosures

Hans Hoogervorst outlines a series of "simple" measures that will improve disclosures in financial reporting

27 Jun 2013

Bringing international financial reporting up to standard

The international standards used to draw up accounts for judging a company's financial health are not up to the job, writes Syed Kamal

26 Jun 2013

FRC dismisses enhanced audit competition role

Reporting watchdog questions usefulness of secondary duty of promoting competition between audit firms

24 Jun 2013

IASB insurance contract rules “a new world” for insurance

New rules on the accounting of insurance contracts represent fundamental change according to profession

21 Jun 2013

Investors call for IFRS review as legal opinion finds it ‘substantially flawed’

A leading UK lawyer has suggests that IFRS have “substantial legal flaws”

19 Jun 2013

Auditors acted as “cheerleaders” for questionable bank reporting

Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards recommends that banks be made to create a separate set of accounts for regulators

19 Jun 2013

FTSE 100 providing more audit tenure information

Two thirds of the FTSE 100 are providing information about the tenures of their current auditors

14 Jun 2013

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