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  • Key differences between IFRSs and US GAAP

    22 Jun 2004

    Convergence of International Financial Reporting Standards and US GAAP is a goal of both the International Accounting Standards Board and the US Financial Accounting Standards Board.

  • Webcast on IFRS 3, IAS 27, IAS 28, and IAS 31

    21 Jun 2004

    The Deloitte London IFRS Centre of Excellence is running a monthly series of hour-long Internet-based IFRS technical updates, focusing on the most important international accounting standards and how they will affect UK companies.

  • IFRSs in Japan? Japanese GAAP continue in EU?

    19 Jun 2004

    The Japanese press is reporting that the Financial Services Authority (Japan's securities regulator) will recommend that foreign companies listed in Japan be allowed to submit IFRS financial statements, rather than Japanese GAAP statements, if they already report under IFRSs in their home country.

  • FASB roundtable meetings on share-based payment

    19 Jun 2004

    The US Financial Accounting Standards Board will hold public roundtable meetings in the FASB Exposure Draft, Share-Based Payment on 24 June 2004 at the Sheraton Hotel, Palo Alto, California, and on 29 June 2004 at the FASB offices, Norwalk, Connecticut.

  • International convergence on PCAOB agenda

    17 Jun 2004

    International convergence and coordination with standard-setters is on the agenda for discussion at the first meeting of the first meeting of the Standing Advisory Group of the US Public Company Accounting Oversight Board in Washington on 21-22 June 2004. Click for Details. .