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Deloitte publications update

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02 Apr 2011

The following Deloitte publications are now available:

Global publications

Deloitte (Australia)

  • What's new in financial reporting for June 2011 – a guide to new and revised accounting pronouncements and other financial reporting considerations for the June 2011 reporting season
  • Monthly Roundup (March 2011) – a summary of financial reporting developments during March 2011, including discussion of the revised IASB work plan, proposed guidance on additional financial information from the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) and the UK/NZ study on reducing IFRS disclosures
  • Extracting Value Issue 11 – an update on the IASB's leasing project for resources companies

Deloitte (United States)

  • Toward greener pastures: How to leverage sustainability initiatives for finance transformation (PDF 132k) – identifies six key areas in which sustainability initiatives can trigger finance transformation and ways that those triggers can create opportunities to improve reporting, transparency, and business performance, as well as mitigate business risk
  • Webcast — New FASB-IASB Lease Accounting Standard: How Should You Prepare? – being held on Thursday 7 April 2011, this webcast is tailored for the real estate industry and will discuss an overview of the proposed standard on leases, reactions from industry executives and expected implementation issues (registration)

 

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