RegulationAccounting StandardsIFRS update 4 – a management briefing

IFRS update 4 - a management briefing

In the fouth installment of our IFRS management briefings, Accountancy Age in conjunction with PricewaterhouseCoopers brings you the state of play over the now year-old accounting rules

IFRS update – running like clockwork

As the year closes, companies have completed a vast amount of work on IFRS
implementation – but not enough to be complacent.

It’s now about making IFRS ‘business as usual’, sustainable and repeatable.
The next big IFRS buzzword is embedding. Our fourth in-depth management briefing
– produced in conjunction with PricewaterhouseCoopers – tells you all you need
to know to get through the next 12 months of making IFRS work for your company.

Link:
Download
the entire briefing as a .pdf here

In this issue find out how the trend for convergence is here to stay, what
the banking sector has done to tame the controversial standard IAS39, how the
new rules have won over the fund management community and why developing a
sustainable model could mean stable embedded processes that will reap the
rewards in the future.

IFRS update
December 2005 – Introduction

IFRS update
December 2005 – Global

IFRS update
December 2005 – Banking

IFRS update
December 2005 – Intangibles

IFRS update
December 2005 – Pensions

IFRS update
December 2005 – Tax

IFRS update
December 2005 – Embedding

IFRS update
December 2005 – Year one

IFRS update
December 2005 – IFRS phase two

IFRS update
December 2005 – Investors

IFRS update
December 2005 – AIM

IFRS update
December 2005 – Country focus – Italy

IFRS update
December 2005 – Beyond regulation

Link:
Access IFRS – PwC’s IFRS
resource centre

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