Deloitte comments on the IASB’s macro hedging accounting discussion paper
The discussion paper purposely asks more questions than the IASB has answers for. It is the start of what will be a long journey to solve the ongoing debate as to how to best account for banks’ macro hedging of interest rates.
Deloitte comments on Heartbleed bug
Peter Allwood, Senior Manager at Deloitte, says: “It is impossible to determine how long the Heartbleed bug has been known by potential attackers.
Deloitte comments on the public sale of Google Glass in the US
Simon Wakefield, Deloitte technology, media and telecommunications partner, comments on the launch of Google Glass for public sale in the US.
M&A expected to make a strong resurgence by mid-2014
Global M&A deal volumes are forecast to reach 8,000 deals in the second quarter of this year, according to Deloitte’s M&A Index.
Home furnishings retailer Paul Simon (London) Limited announces closure of stores
The Joint Administrators to Paul Simon (London) Limited (“Paul Simon”) have announced today that following an initial review of the business’ financial position, they plan to close 17 of the 50 outlets over the next three weeks.
Deloitte - CFO risk appetite at record high
Greater confidence about growth in the UK and euro area is supporting corporate investment, according to the latest Deloitte CFO Survey.
Just 20% of high street shops affected by administration in last five years remain vacant
Just 20% of high street shops affected by 27 high profile administrations since 2009 are still vacant, according to new research from Deloitte.
London is undisputed business capital of Europe
More of the world’s largest companies make London their European home than any other city, according to new research from Deloitte.
Companies listing today increasingly using an IPO as opportunity to give shares to all employees
Deloitte provides detailed analysis of remuneration practices at IPO in companies listing since July 2010.
Just Eat IPO shows continued appetite for UK tech companies to list in London over the US
As Just Eat lists on the high growth segment of the main market, analysis from Deloitte, shows that no UK technology companies have listed in the US since the start of 2011, apart from King.