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Issue 66 – IFRS News In Brief

Breaking IFRS news, including publications, announcements, and decisions by the IASB and IFRS IC. 

The future of the audit industry: transaction to meaning

Bob Dohrer, the global leader of quality and risk for RSM, comments on the current trends and the future of the audit profession

Big data and the middle market

This article explores the use of Big Data by middle market businesses, whose adoption of these new technologies lags behind that of other sectors of the international business community. 

Issue 65 – IFRS News In Brief

Breaking IFRS news, including publications, announcements, and decisions by the IASB and IFRS IC. 

UK, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia and FYROM's National Champions celebrate

During the last two days, events were held in London and Zagreb to honour the UK, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia and The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia National Champions of the European Business Awards 2016/17 programme.

How smart manufacturing is pushing the industry forward

While the industry landscape looks uncertain, manufacturing has been transforming. Technology is transforming the industry. So much so that we find ourselves in the fourth Industrial Revolution.

IFRS key considerations for closing out 2016

A high-level overview of new and amended standards and interpretations that need to be considered for financial reporting periods ending on 31 December 2016

Reflections on the future of accounting and reporting - a conversation with Mark Vaessen

Reflections on the future of accounting and reporting -  a conversation with the chairman of the Corportate Reporting Policy Group at the Federation of European Accountants, looking at the possible effects of Brexit on the development of IFRS.

The Global Real Economy - TPP, Brexit and Ireland

The third edition of the RSM's Global Real Economy, with insight on the Trans Pacific Treaty, Brexit and it's effect on different industries, and the Rep. of Ireland's 2017 budget and how it relates to multinational companies.

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