This site uses cookies to provide you with a more responsive and personalised service. By using this site you agree to our use of cookies. Please read our cookie notice for more information on the cookies we use and how to delete or block them.

Bookmark Email Print page


iGAAP & ukGAAP books


iGAAP 2010 - IFRS reporting in the UK
Thorough and detailed guidance for UK companies reporting to International Finance Reporting Standards in the face of complex and frequently changing standards.

iGAAP 2010 - Financial statements for UK listed groups
The book deals comprehensively with IFRS accounting and reporting requirements applicable for years ending 31 December 2009.

iGAAP 2009 - Financial instruments: IAS 32, IAS 39 and IFRS 7 explained
The original and authoritative guide for anyone applying these complex international financial reporting standards.


ukGAAP 2010 - Financial reporting for UK unlisted entities
This edition of the manual deals comprehensively with the reporting and accounting requirements extant at 31 August 2009 including the amendment to FRS 8 Related Party Disclosures: Legal changes 2008.

ukGAAP 2009 - Financial Statements for UK unlisted groups
The book deals comprehensively with UK accounting and reporting requirements in issue as at 31 August 2008.


IFRS for SMEs in your pocket – UK edition (March 2010)
The Deloitte guide, “ukGAAP IFRS for SMEs in your pocket – UK edition” summarises each section of the IFRS for SMEs and identifies the key areas of difference with each of full IFRS and UK GAAP.

iGAAP newsletters and alerts

iGAAP newsletters

A quarterly newsletters which assists in the implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards.

March 2010 (PDF)
December 2009 (PDF)
September 2009 (PDF)
June 2009 (PDF)
March 2009 (PDF)
December 2008 (PDF)

iGAAP alerts

An iGAAP Alert is a special edition of our iGAAP Newsletter.

January 2010 Alert: Measurement of Liabilities in IAS 37
November 2009 Alert: IFRS 9 Financial Instruments
July 2009 Alert: New classification and measurement guidance for financial instruments
May 2009 Alert: Changes proposed for income tax accounting
May 2009 Alert: New derecognition model proposed for financial instruments
April 2009 Alert: Improving disclosures about financial instruments
December 2008 Alert:  The Interpretation follows the general principle that an entity should recognise a liability when it has incurred and obligation to pay that liability
November 2008 Alert:  Proposals to improve disclosures about financial instruments
November 2008 Alert:  Amendments to IAS 39 & IFRS 7 - reclassification of financial assets
June 2008 alert:  Measuring cost of investments in subsidiaries, jointly controlled entities and associates
February 2008 alert:  Puttable financial instruments and obligations arising on liquidation
February 2008 alert:  IFRIC releases draft Interpretations on accounting for non-cash distributions and customer contributions
January 2008 alert:  Amendments to IFRS 2 - vesting conditions and cancellations
January 2008 alert:  IASB revises IFRS 3 and IAS 27

Corporate reporting surveys

Down the TRack (May 2010)
The new Deloitte publication “Down the TRack” is the latest in the Firm’s financial reporting series and analyses the announcements of annual results made by 130 listed companies.

Measuring by halves - Surveying half-yearly financial reporting (February 2010)
The new Deloitte publication “Measuring by halves” is the latest in the Firm’s financial reporting series. In “Measuring by halves”, the half-yearly financial reports of 130 listed companies are analysed.

Finishing (in) figures - Surveying financial statements in annual reports (November 2009)
The publication follows on from “Right to the end”, the 2008 survey on financial statements. The survey analyses the financial statements of 130 listed companies, split into two categories, being investment trusts and other companies.

A telling performance - Surveying narrative reporting in annual reports (October 2009)
Surveying narrative reporting in annual reports 2009. This follow-up to our 2008 survey analyses 130 annual reports.

In Many Styles (August 2009)
The publication considers how UK listed companies have met the requirements for an interim management statement in the second year of compliance with the Disclosure and Transparency Rules.



Related links

Share this page

Email this Send to LinkedIn Send to Facebook Tweet this More sharing options

Get in touch

More on Deloitte