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Financial Reporting Insights - June 2017

Published on: Jun 28, 2017

Discover critical changes to IFRS standards and how to develop a disruptive advantage by investing in your team members!


Accounting for Changes in Debt Terms under IFRS 9, Tentative IFRIC Decision

Although not yet final, the recent tentative IFRIC decision could impact both early adopters and those who are preparing for IFRS 9 adoption. Regardless of which group you fall into, you need to be aware of these potential changes now. Learn More about the Changes to IFRS 9

Forecasting Revenue Disclosures under IFRS 15

IFRS 15 introduces new and expanded disclosure requirements designed to achieve better revenue disclosures. As the new requirements are likely to result in a number of challenges for organizations, this article looks at some of the more complex ones that entities should be assessing. Read More about the IFRS 15 Disclosure Requirements


How to Leverage Technological Disruption to Establish a Competitive Advantage

This is a topic that is keeping more and more C-suite executives up at night. Organizations often turn their efforts outward to find a solution and, as a result, they overlook the intellectual capital housed in the minds and skills of their own organizations’ people.

Join Stephen Harrington, a senior manager at Deloitte, as he explores the importance of investing in intellectual capital to establish a competitive advantage. Learn More about Intellectual Capital Investment  

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