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22 Jul 2013

A quick guide to the information in our Resources.

 

What information will I find in the resources pages?

The resources section of our site contains a wealth of background information about topics such as:

  • The International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation and International Accounting Standards Board
  • The Financial Reporting Council and Financial Reporting Lab
  • Numerous other global financial reporting organisations
  • Regional and national standard setters
  • UK Company law (narrative reporting, directors' remuneration and distributable profits)
  • UK market rules (including listing rules and disclosure and transparancy rules)
  • Hot topics in UK financial reporting
  • Deloitte resources
  • Historical information

Note that many sections within the resources section will have many sub-pages - these can generally be accessed from the "Quick links" panel on the right-hand side of each page - allowing you to dig deeper into your chosen area of interest.


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