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New Zealand will continue NZ-GAAP based on IFRS

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09 Jun 2003

Rather than replacing national GAAP with IFRS, as is being done for listed companies in Europe, the Financial Reporting Standards Board of New Zealand (FRSB) has begun a programme of adopting IFRS by converting them into NZ Financial Reporting Standards (FRS), with minor amendments generally in the form of additional requirements and guidance.

For each international standard to be adopted in New Zealand, the FRSB will publish an exposure draft containing a summary of the main differences between the international standard and current NZ FRS together with a marked-up version of the international standard showing any modifications, additional requirements, and guidance proposed by the FRSB. It is likely that auditors' reports will refer to conformity with NZ Financial Reporting Standards. Click for More Information.

 

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