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  • Accounting Roundup: First quarter in review — 2014
    The FASB continued to work with the PCC to develop accounting alternatives for private companies, issuing Accounting Standards Updates on consolidation, goodwill and interest rate swaps. The AICPA issued several Technical Practice Aids to explain how certain aspects of the PCC alternatives on goodwill and interest rate swaps might affect auditors. Learn more.
  • Debt capital markets news: March 2014
    Unlike the large corporate leveraged loan market, middle market volume remains well below pre-crisis levels. However, 2013 volume showed signs of life increasing 32% to $13 billion compared to $10 billion in 2012. Learn more.
  • FASB offers simplified approaches to goodwill and hedge accounting
    FASB issued Accounting Standards Updates which offer eligible private companies simplified alternative approaches to account for goodwill and interest rate swaps, respectively. Learn more.
  • Investment management accounting and financial reporting update
    Read more to understand the changes to accounting and reporting standards that investment management entities need to start preparing, and the standard-setting topics that will affect these entities as they plan for the future.
  • 2014 banking outlook: Repositioning for growth
    How can midsized firms begin to pivot toward growth amidst current pressures and challenges? How can they drive increased agility into their operations to take advantage of the ongoing uncertainty in the market, rather than simply waiting for more stable conditions to emerge? Learn More.
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