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Accounting Roundup – July 2008

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06 Aug 2008

We have posted the July 2008 Edition of Accounting Roundup published by Deloitte & Touche LLP (USA).

Topics covered in this issue include:

SEC Developments

  • SEC Amends Filing Process for Self-Regulatory Organizations
  • SEC Proposes Reforms to Credit Rating Process
  • SEC Issues Report on Examination of Credit Rating Agencies
  • SEC Advisory Committee Releases Draft Final Report
  • SEC Holds Roundtable on Fair Value
  • SEC and Federal Reserve Board Sign Memorandum of Understanding
AICPA Developments
  • AICPA, ACFE, and IIA Join Forces to Issue New Fraud Guidelines
PCAOB Developments
  • PCAOB Adopts New Auditor Registration Rule
GASB Developments
  • GASB Proposes Guidance on Postemployment Benefits
International Developments
  • IASB Issues Additional Guidance on Hedge Accounting
  • IFRIC Issues Interpretation on Construction of Real Estate
  • IFRIC Issues Interpretation on Hedges of a Net Investment in a Foreign Operation
  • IFAC Reissues Auditing Standard on Related Parties
  • IFAC Issues Proposal on Code of Ethics for Accountants
  • IASC Foundation Issues Discussion Document on Constitution Review
Other Developments
  • GAO and PCIE Issue Revised Financial Audit Manual
Click to view July 2008 Edition of Accounting Roundup (PDF 357k). You will find past issues of Accounting Roundup Here.

 

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