In the wake of the global financial crisis, Charlie McCreevy, EU Internal
Market Commissioner, has proposed a switch to rules on fair-value accounting if
other parts of the world do so as part of a European regulatory overhaul.
The new plan, which also proposes strict limits on any individual risk taken
by European financial institutions and higher capitalisation, updates the Basel
II global standards in the
EU, will go to
the European Parliament and the council of EU governments, the Irish Independent
McCreedy’s proposal also includes higher capital standards for the securities
referred to as structured finance and the measures will also seek tighter
co-operation among regulators and proposes each multinational bank be overseen
by a college of authorities from every country in which it does business.
‘We in the European Commission can assist in providing some of the
solutions,’ McCreevy said. ‘There is no one single answer to the financial
The FRC has said that the investigation will 'consider, but not be restricted to, issues regarding misstated accounting balances'
The AAT will deliver the end point assessments for the apprenticeships
The tax return deadline is looming, but the 'mad rush' isn't necessary, argues Carl Reader
The London School of Business & Finance has become the official provider of ACCA tuition materials for the PwC CEE Academy