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AATV: G20 and accounting standards

Peter Wyman explains how the agreements reached at the recent G20 summit will effect accounting standards

In the first part of our exented interview with Peter Wyman,
PricewaterhouseCoopers’ global leader of public policy, Gavin Hinks and Wyman
anaylse the impact that the agreements reached at the recent G20 summit in
London will have on the future development of accounting standards.

Click on the links below to view the other parts of this interview:

Part two: The SEC and limited
liability agreements

Part three: Litigation
against accounting networks

Part four: Satyam and banking
audits

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