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Update on IFRSs in the Philippines

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04 Nov 2005

The Philippines has adopted all IFRSs for 2005 without modification.

These Philippine equivalents to IFRSs apply to all entities with public accountability. That includes those whose securities are listed in a public market or are in process of listing; all financial institutions including banks, insurance companies, security brokers, pension funds, mutual funds, and investment banking entities; public utilities; and other economically significant entities, defined as total assets in 2004 of at least 250 million pesos (US$5 million) or liabilities of at least 150 million (US$3 million). The auditor's report will refer to "conformity with Philippine Financial Reporting Standards".

 

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