- accounting International Financial Reporting Standards
“Right now, CPA firms and public companies are waiting for direction from regulatory agencies about transitioning from Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, the primary set of accounting rules used in the United States, to IFRS, which is used widely throughout the world, including Canada.”
“The IASB accounting rules, known as IFRS, are used in more than 110 countries, including Germany, France and the U.K.”
“An analysis of these EDs reveals that the ICAI has decided to deviate from IFRS as issued by the IASB (subsequently referred to as IFRS) in certain areas.”
“IFRS, which is subject to ongoing assessment by the Company.”
“The IFRS is a uniform set of global accounting standards intended for use in the preparation of financial statements at publicly held companies.”
“The Group Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer of FirstBank, Mr. Sanusi Lamido Sanusi asserted that the "adoption of the IFRS is a significant milestone which further cements FirstBank's leadership in corporate governance.”
“And so whereas there are some analysis of technical requirements of GAAP versus IFRS, that isn't the lion share of the work.”
“This project was required in order to adequately support the implementation of the International Financial Reporting Standards "IFRS" and to remain current with the operational platform used by the Corporation.”
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