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Insurance related publications

Insurance Accounting Newsletters (large) Insurance Accounting Newsletters
Our Insurance Accounting Newsletters provide regular updates on progress being made by the IASB in its comprehensive project on insurance contracts.
Insurance webcasts Insurance webcasts
These regular webcasts report on the insurance project joint meetings between the IASB (and the FASB where relevant), providing a summary of progress and key developments.
Deloitte IFRS podcasts
Insurance podcasts
This series of recorded podcasts provide practical insights into the IASB's comprehensive insurance project and what affected entities should do to prepare for implementation.

Revenue recognition related publications

Compass Implementing IFRS 15
This series of guides is intended to provide an overview of applying IFRS 15 within given sectors. The guidance provided is not intended to be exhaustive, but aims to highlight some of the potential issues to consider and to indicate how those issues might be approached.

Other publications in this section

Public sector Public sector publications
A collection of public sector publications, lead by IPSAS in your pocket, our concise summary of International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS).
Sustainability
Sustainability publications
A diverse collection of publications related to sustainability and integrated reporting.

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