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Deloitte granted appeal on MG Rover tribunal decision

Accounting’s watchdog has granted Deloitte an appeal over its tribunal loss for work it carried out at MG Rover

20 Nov 2013

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ICAEW questions FRC commitment to international auditing standards

ICAEW suggests FRC policy on auditing standards could damage its global standing

19 Nov 2013

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FRC proposes amendments to hedge accounting

FRC consults on changes to hedge accounting rules

18 Nov 2013

FRC appoints new executive director of strategy

Chris Hodge replaces Mridul Hegde as new FRC executive director of strategy

13 Nov 2013

FRC updates going concern definition

FRC clarifies the assessement of going concern for stewardship and accounting purposes

07 Nov 2013

Deloitte, MG Rover and the Tribunal... the story so far

Rachael Singh looks at how accountancy's tribunal came to calculate the record-breaking fine against Deloitte for its work on collapsed car manufacturer MG Rover

31 Oct 2013

FRC appoints new director of accounting and reporting

Anthony Appleton, a director from BDO's financial reporting advisory team, joins the FRC

29 Oct 2013

Investors call for bespoke audit committee reports

FRC finds investors want audit committee reporting to be bespoke and company specific

25 Oct 2013

FRC: Company reporting not up to scratch in smaller businesses

FRC investigation into company reporting finds evidence of straightforward non-compliance in smaller companies

17 Oct 2013

FRC strategy director Mridul Hegde resigns

FRC director of strategy Mridul Hegde unexpectedly resigns from the UK reporting watchdog, Accountancy Age reveals

14 Oct 2013

IASB rate-regulation rules unfair to the UK, says FRC

FRC suggests interim standard for rate-regulated entities "disadvantageous" to countries that already use IFRS

11 Oct 2013

FRC and BIS defend legality of global accounting standards

FRC and BIS rubbish claims that IFRS conflicts with UK company law as "misguided"

04 Oct 2013

Deloitte appeals MG Rover tribunal

Deloitte and former partner Maghsoud Einollahi have launched an appeal against their fines by the FRC for their MG Rover work

03 Oct 2013

FRC proposes tougher measures on exec pay in governance code

FRC consults on possible amendments to the UK corporate governance code on executive remuneration

03 Oct 2013

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

FRC vows to continue audit reform fight in annual meeting

FRC says it plans to work closer with audit committees, opens Brussels office, and is verging on sanctioning audit performance failures itself, at Baroness Hogg's last annual meeting

17 Sep 2013

FRC launches investigation into PwC’s audit of Berkeley

Berkeley’s appointment of a former PwC partner leads FRC to investigate independence of Big Four firm’s role as auditor

16 Sep 2013

Insurance rules will create accounting mismatches, FRC warns

The FRC warns of flaws in proposed changes to the way insurance contracts are accounted for under IFRS

13 Sep 2013

Colin: Fine leaves Deloitte's tail between its legs

The FRC is the big dog now, notes Colin

11 Sep 2013

Deloitte hit with record-breaking £14m MG Rover fine

Deloitte are first hit by new sanctions guidance which has seen the firm hit with the largest fine ever dealt by the FRC

09 Sep 2013

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