Global IFRS and Offerings Services newsletter

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07 Mar 2009

We have posted Deloitte's 'US Reporting Newsletter for Non-US Based Companies', which includes news through 15 February 2009. The newsletter is developed by Deloitte's Global IFRS and Offerings Services (GIOS) team – Deloitte practitioners assisting non-US companies and non-US practice office engagement teams in applying US GAAP and IFRSs and in complying with the SEC's financial reporting rules.

This February 2009 edition of the GIOS Newsletter (PDF 241k) is an update on relevant GAAP, regulatory, and other matters, webcasts, and publications, with hyperlinks to source material. Past GIOS newsletters are here.

In this issue of the GIOS newsletter:

IFRS Matters

  • IFRS Matters
  • IASB Proposes New Consolidation Standard
  • IFRIC Issues Interpretation on Customer Contributions
  • IASC Foundation Publishes 2009 IFRS XBRL Taxonomy for Public Comment
  • IASB Re-exposes Proposed Standard on Related Parties
  • Tips on Applying IFRS
  • IFRS Tools
US GAAP Matters
  • EITF Meeting Highlights
  • FASB Issues Proposed Derivatives Implementation Guidance
  • SEC Approves Revisions to Modernize Oil and Gas Reporting Requirements
  • CAQ Issues White Paper on Loan Modifications
  • FASB Issues Proposed FSP on Interim Disclosures About Fair Value of Financial Instruments
  • AICPA Issues Draft Issues Paper on Alternative Investments
  • AICPA Issues TPA on Prospective Unlocking
  • SEC Issues Report on 21st Century Disclosure Initiatives
  • SEC Extends Comment Period on IFRS Roadmap for U.S. Issuers
  • The 'SEC Speaks in 2009' Conference
  • SEC Issues Financial Reporting Manual
  • Valuation Resource Group Discusses Four Topics at February 5 Meeting
  • New Publication on SEC Comment Letters to Domestic Registrants
Regulatory Matters
  • SEC Provides Temporary Exemptions for Eligible Credit Default Swaps
  • SEC Issues Final Rule on Disclosures and Prospectus Delivery for Certain Mutual Funds
  • SEC Issues Final XBRL Rule
Other Matters
  • COSO, PCAOB, and CAQ Address Internal Controls

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