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Year in review — 2019

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Jan 03, 2020

2019 was another successful year for the Centre for Financial Reporting. We've devoted significant resources to bring you comprehensive coverage of all things IFRS and broader financial reporting and other relevant topics and are pleased that our readers appreciate our efforts.

Overall, our most popular pages remain our accounting standards summaries and project summaries, and we continued to witness strong demand for our news and publications.

Our 10 most popular stories of 2019
    1. IASB publishes proposed amendments to IFRS 17 (June)
    2. IASB publishes proposed amendments to IAS 12 (July)
    3. IASB finalizes phase 1 of its IBOR reform project (September)
    4. IASB proposes amendments to IAS 1 and the Materiality Practice Statement (August)
    5. IASB publishes proposals for amendments under its annual improvements project (cycle 2018-2020) (May)
    6. IASB discusses redeliberation plan for proposed IFRS 17 amendments (November)
    7. AcSB releases the Basis for Conclusions for revenue, agriculture, investments and income tax standards (May, November and December)
    8. PSAB releases Exposure Drafts on purchased intangibles and public private partnerships (November)
    9. AASB releases the Basis for Conclusions revising the requirements to communicate key audit matters in accordance with CAS 700 (December)
    10. Canadian Securities Regulators issue guidance on climate change-related disclosure (August)

 

We wish you a happy and safe New Year. We look forward to bringing you the latest financial reporting news in 2020.

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