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Report on the future of financial reporting and interview with Board member Ann Tarca

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Aug 18, 2020

Earlier this year, the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) released a report "The future of financial reporting", examining the ways in which digital reporting can reshape the way financial information is used.

The report notes that:

  • Digital financial reporting presents significant advantages for preparers, auditors, regulators, users and analysts;
  • Through a unified labeling system, reports can be tailored to the needs of users; and
  • With simple access to detailed information, accountants can focus on advice and assurance.

The report is accompanied by a 25 minute interview with IASB Board member Ann Tarca, who recently delivered a speech discussing the benefits and costs of digital reporting.

Review the report and the interview on the CAANZ's website.

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