2017 promises to be a rather momentous year, with international trade being re-shaped on both sides of the Atlantic and in the Pacific regions and with new business models stemming from innovative technology and enterprises. What does this mean for the future of accounting? In this issue we continue to provide some insight into the foreseeable developments of IFRS in Europe, in conversation with the CEO and Chairman of the Technical Experts Group of EFRAG, Andrew Watchman.
Technical developments in global accounting and reporting from around the world, including an interview with the Mark Vaessen, 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.
As we enter into the second decade of IFRS in Europe, in this issue we reflect on the lessons learnt from the past and on what we should look forward to in the next decade. Our guest contributor, Dr Nigel Sleigh-Johnson, Head of the Financial Reporting Faculty at ICAEW, shared with us his insightful views, providing a start to the New Year under the best auspices of a promising new decade of IFRS.
This edition features:
Françoise Flores, EFRAG TEG Chairman and CEO
The growing demand for stakeholders’ direct and active participation in the IFRS standard setting process.
Our experts in... the UK
Deferred Tax – Where is it going?
This twentieth edition features:
Our experts in UAE
Baasab B. Deyb discusses insurance law - the journey so far and the way forward
Martyn Jones, President of the ICAEW
Discusses how to restore trust in the accounting and auditing profession globally