PracticeAuditIFRS update – a management briefing

IFRS update - a management briefing

IFRS is now live and public companies across Europe are grappling with its implications. The time for preparation is over and implementation is now on every finance director's agenda. Accountancy Age in conjunction with PricewaterhouseCoopers brings you the latest IFRS updates as part of a series of brand new management briefings.

The move to IFRS represents the biggest challenge the financial reporting world has faced in decades.

According to commentators, most of the profession is rising to the challenge, with FTSE100 companies getting it right – and on time – and much of the FTSE350, too.

However, below that, the picture is much less certain. Over the coming two years many smaller companies will be wrestling with the issues surrounding the adoption of IFRS.

And while we have covered the issue in depth in Accountancy Age, there is only so much room in a weekly publication.

The print supplement, produced in conjunction with PricewaterhouseCoopers, is now available, offering a vital resource for the profession.

And now, the entire management briefing is available online – check out the update’s individual chapters below.

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