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ACCA-Deloitte narrative reporting survey – seeking input

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27 Mar 2010

Next month, ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and Deloitte LLP will be embarking on a joint international survey, exploring current and anticipated future challenges in narrative reporting (that is the information in annual reports outside the audited financial statements).

The survey will:
  • investigate the critical challenges, principally for CFOs of publicly accountable entities, in preparing narrative disclosures; and
  • identify likely trends in narrative reporting in different reporting environments around the world.
The survey will be carried out in Australia, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Switzerland, UAE, UK, USA, and certain Central African countries. Preparers in those countries are invited to register their interest in being part of this new study by visiting: Interested parties will be invited to participate, confidentially, in the survey when it is launched on 15 April 2010. In return for participation, all survey respondents will receive a complimentary copy of the final report which is scheduled for publication in September 2010.


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