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Credit crunch challenges for directors

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29 Nov 2008

The United Kingdom Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has published two alerts to directors on the corporate reporting challenges arising from current economic conditions.

Because of the global liquidity squeeze, directors and audit committees may need to spend more time planning the year-end activities, reviewing key assumptions and models used in financial reporting, and reviewing the significant accounting and disclosure judgements. In response to those challenges, the FRC has published:

The purpose of the documents is to assist directors by identifying key questions that they may wish to consider when preparing for the year-end and in meeting their responsibilities in relation to annual reports and accounts. These documents do not impose any new requirements on UK companies or their auditors. These publications are copyright by the FRC and are posted on IAS Plus with the kind permission of the FRC.

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