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Robert Bruce interviews on IFRS 15

A collection of Robert Bruce interviews related to the May 2014 revenue recognition standard.

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Robert Bruce interviews – A detailed look at the new revenue framework, IFRS 15 'Revenue from Contracts with Customers'

23 Jun 2014

In this interview, Robert speaks with Phil Barden, a Partner in the Deloitte UK IFRS Centre of Excellence, and Amy Haworth, a Senior Manager in the Deloitte UK IFRS Centre of Excellence. They discuss in greater detail the core principles underpinning the IFRS 15 framework, and potential issues that certain IFRS reporters may encounter when implementing this standard. They additionally discuss certain guidance that IFRS 15 introduces of which IFRS reporters will need to be aware, such as disclosures, contract modifications and customer options to purchase additional goods and services, and transition options.

Robert Bruce interviews — IFRS 15 'Revenue from Contracts with Customers'

28 May 2014

In this interview, Robert speaks with Phil Barden, Leader of Deloitte Expert Advisory Panel on Revenue Recognition, Panos Kakoullis, Head of Audit of Deloitte UK, William Touche, a Senior Partner of Deloitte UK’s Technology Group, and Mark Beddy, a Senior Partner of Deloitte UK's Real Estate Group. They discuss the background to the new standard on revenue recognition and the impacts it may have on revenue recognition, particularly in the telecommunications, software and real estate sectors.

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