Read International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) articles featuring Deloitte partners.
Managing the Transition to International Accounting Rules: Greater Scrutiny of Transactions, More Transparency
This Executive Counsel article, “Managing the Transition to International Accounting Rules: Greater Scrutiny of Transactions, More Transparency,” co-authored by Anthony Campanelli, Senior Manager Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, discusses the significant changes associated with IFRS, and how an IFRS transition needs to be managed in order to mitigate fraud and litigation risks.
IFRS Roadmap: Planning a Safe, Economical Trip
A new article in the Deloitte Review
With IFRS conversions underway in many countries, and pending in others, executives may flash back to Sarbanes-Oxley, with its rapid and often difficult implementation. Yet IFRS need not be a rerun and with proper planning now may be comparatively economical as well as beneficial to a business
A Catalyst for Improvement
In this Business Performance Management article, Deloitte leaders share their insights on how setting up an IFRS Center of Excellence can help companies improve internal reporting processes, reduce reporting costs, and achieve other potential benefits.
What the Board Needs to Know
This article was published in the September 2008 National Association of Corporate Directors’ (NACD) “Directors Monthly” publication. It discusses the IFRS trend and the role of the board and audit committee in helping their companies prepare for a potential transition to IFRS.
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