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Dutch (Nederlands)

Dutch (Nederlands) Below you will find a collection of all of our Dutch language publications, including translations of our global publications, and additional member firm publications in Dutch.

 

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IFRS informatiebrief — Nummer 23

13 Feb 2014

Information about recent developments regarding IFRS and its possible impact on financial reporting in Belgium and wider Europe. This newsletter (in Dutch) reports on developments during the second half of 2013.

IFRS informatiebrief — Nummer 22

17 Sep 2013

Information about recent developments regarding IFRS and its possible impact on financial reporting in Belgium and wider Europe. This newsletter (in Dutch) reports on developments during the first six months of 2013, including: amendments to IAS 36 and IAS 39, new exposure drafts on leases, financial instrument impairment, insurance contracts and rate regulation, and the issue of IFRIC 21.

IFRS informatiebrief — Nummer 21

31 Aug 2012

Information about recent developments regarding IFRS and its possible impact on financial reporting in Belgium and wider Europe, including annual improvements to IFRS, changes to the transitional provisions for IFRS 10, IFRS 11 and IFRS 12, and recent draft Interpretations (in Dutch).

IFRS informatiebrief — Nummer 20

30 Dec 2011

Provides the latest news and latest developments regarding IFRS and its possible impact on financial reporting in Belgium and wider Europe (in Dutch).

IFRS informatiebrief — Nummer 19 (Dutch)

20 Jul 2011

Provides the latest news and latest developments regarding IFRS and its possible impact on financial reporting in Belgium and wider Europe (in Dutch).

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