RegulationAccounting StandardsIFRS update 3 – a management briefing

IFRS update 3 - a management briefing

In the third installment of our IFRS management briefings, Accountancy Age in conjunction with PricewaterhouseCoopers brings you the latest updates on the new accounting rules.

IFRS update: Are you pushing the right buttons?

UK listed companies are 10 months down the line in their adoption of the new
standards, and with interim reports flooding in thick and fast, the results of
how they have had to rapidly adapt to the reporting changes is finally beginning
to emerge.

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In this issue find out how Aviva has managed a massive £170m IFRS project,
why deferred tax remains a thorn in the side of many businesses and accounting
firms, how the role of non-executive directors is changing, what 10 points your
company should already have made to comply with the standards and much, much
more.

IFRS
update October 2005 – Introduction

IFRS
update October 2005 – Interim reports

IFRS
update October 2005 – Case study

IFRS
update October 2005 – Subsidiaries

IFRS
update October 2005 – Tax

IFRS
update October 2005 – Non-execs

IFRS
update October 2005 – The state of play

IFRS
update October 2005 – Convergence

IFRS
update October 2005 – Bonuses

IFRS
update October 2005 – The regulators

IFRS
update October 2005 – Technology

IFRS
update October 2005 – Leasing

IFRS
update October 2005 – The next generation

Link: Access
IFRS – PwC’s IFRS resource centre

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