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Deloitte comment letter on FRED 76 'Draft amendments to FRS 102 and FRS 105 – COVID-19-related rent concessions'
07 Sep 2020
We have published our comment letter on the Financial Reporting Council’s (FRC’s) Financial Reporting Exposure Draft (FRED) 76 'Draft amendments to FRS 102 and FRS 105 – COVID-19-related rent concessions'.
Deloitte comment letter on FRED 75 'Draft amendments to FRS 104 Interim Financial Reporting – Going concern'
07 Sep 2020
We have published our comment letter on the Financial Reporting Council’s (FRC’s) Financial Reporting Exposure Draft (FRED) 75 'Draft amendments to FRS 104 Interim Financial Reporting – Going concern'.
Accounting Roundup-July 2020
31 Jul 2020
This accounting roundup, covering the period April 2020 through to June 2020, pulls together the headlines for all the latest developments in accounting, providing links to a wealth of further information and resources.
2020 update on half-yearly financial reporting
02 Jul 2020
The 2020 version of Deloitte's guide to half-yearly financial reporting provides an invaluable source of guidance for those companies preparing half-yearly financial reports in 2020.
Accounting Roundup - April 2020
30 Apr 2020
This accounting roundup, covering the period January 2020 through to March 2020, pulls together the headlines for all the latest developments in accounting, providing links to a wealth of further information and resources.
Governance in brief — New audit independence rules: the Revised Ethical Standard 2019
04 Feb 2020
The FRC published its Revised Ethical Standard in December 2019. We have updated our publication for clarifications and an erratum issued by the FRC, including the just-published definition of an “Other Entity of Public Interest” (OEPI). A previous version of this publication said the Standard was effective for periods commencing on or after 15 March 2020; this has now been clarified in the context of the application of transitional provisions.
Accounting Roundup - January 2020
29 Jan 2020
This accounting roundup, covering the period October 2019 through to December 2019, pulls together the headlines for all the latest developments in accounting, providing links to a wealth of further information and resources.
Need to know — FRC issues Amendments to FRS 102 - Interest Rate Benchmark Reform
28 Jan 2020
This Need to Know addresses the recent amendments to FRS 102 The Financial Reporting Standard applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland that have been published by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC). These amendments are titled Interest Rate Benchmark Reform.
Governance in brief — FRC issues advice on annual reports for 2019/20 reporting season
14 Nov 2019
The FRC has issued its Annual Review of Corporate Reporting and annual open letter to finance directors and audit committee chairs covering its perspectives on key developments and areas of focus for 2019/20 annual reports. The report sets out the FRC’s “expectations for corporate reporting to improve trust in business”, emphasising the annual report is a vehicle of trust and stewardship.
Annual report insights 2019 — Surveying FTSE reporting
21 Oct 2019
Our latest annual reporting survey, Annual report insights 2019, provides insights into practices in annual reporting, focusing on areas where requirements have changed, where regulators are focusing or where innovative practices are emerging.

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