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  • Deloitte Canada Countdown IFRS transition newsletter

    29 Aug 2008

    Deloitte Canada has published the August 2008 issue of their Countdown IFRS transition newsletter, to provide a snapshot of where we are now as far as Canada's transition to IFRSs is concerned – both in Canada and in Deloitte.

  • IASC Foundation publishes new IFRS taxonomy guide

    29 Aug 2008

    The International Accounting Standards Committee (IASC) Foundation has published IFRS Taxonomy Guide 1.00 – All you need to know about the IFRS Taxonomy as a preparer, supervisor, software developer.

  • SEC proposes a 'roadmap' to IFRSs for domestic US registrants

    28 Aug 2008

    On 27 August 2008, the US Securities and Exchange Commission voted to publish for public comment a proposed 'roadmap' that could lead to the use of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) by US issuers beginning in 2014. Currently, US issuers must use US GAAP, though foreign registrants (of which there are around 1,100 from 52 jurisdictions) may elect to use IFRSs.

  • More about the SEC 'roadmap' toward IFRSs

    28 Aug 2008

    In a speech at the open meeting of the SEC at which the SEC agreed to propose a roadmap toward use of IFRSs by domestic SEC registrants, SEC Commissioner Elisse B Walter elaborated on several aspects of the yet-to-be-released proposal.

  • Deloitte will sponsor IFRS 2008/09 conference

    27 Aug 2008

    Deloitte will be the main sponsor of IFRS 2008/9 Strategic Direction and Practical Interpretation, a conference that will be held in London on Wednesday 12 November 2008. Speakers at this annual conference include IASB Chairman Sir David Tweedie (opening keynote address and open dialogue) and Deloitte partners Ken Wild and Veronica Poole.