IFRS News October 2017

Our latest IFRS News contains some information about
IFRS 16, IFRS 9 for Corporates, IFRS 15 Mole, Cannon Street Press, IFRIC Rejections — IAS 39 and more.

Behind the Scenes at the Interpretations Committee

Satenik Vanyan, PwC Consultant on secondment at the IASB, gives a behind the scenes tour of the Interpretations committee (IC).

IFRS News – October 2017

IFRS 16 – How To Guide

In this new series of articles we’ll explain how to implement IFRS 16; Sharing practical tips and insights to help identify issues and focus your transition effort. In this article, Richard Brown, explains how to get started.

IFRS News – October 2017

Scene 6, Take 1: Demystifying IFRS 9 for Corporates: Hedge

Sandra Thompson, Global Financial Instruments leader, explains that even though keeping your IAS 39 hedge accounting might sound easier, there’s more to consider.

IFRS News – October 2017

The IFRS 15 Mole

Akemi Miura, revenue specialist, investigates how to determine whether an entity should recognise contract costs as assets under IFRS 15 with the help of the IFRS 15 Mole

IFRS News – October 2017

Cannon Street Press

Changes in accounting policies arising from agenda decisions

IFRS News – October 2017

IFRIC Rejections – IAS 39

Hannah King of Accounting Consulting Services examines the practical implications of IC rejections related to IAS 39.

IFRS News – October 2017

Read the latest issue on IFRS News from August 2017

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In brief – A look at current
financial reporting issues

  • SASB​ ​issues​ ​Exposure​ ​Drafts​ ​for​ ​public

    PwC In brief US2017-29
    Read more
  • SEC​ ​announces​ ​compliance-related​ ​relief​ ​for those​ ​affected​ ​by​ ​hurricanes:
    PwC In brief US2017-28
    Read more
  • PCAOB​ ​requests​ ​additional​ ​feedback​ ​on
    proposals​ ​addressing​ ​other​ ​auditors:
    PwC In brief US2017-27
    Read more


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David Mason, ACS (IFRS) leader for Switzerland, is a partner in our Geneva and Zurich offices. He graduated from the University of Bristol and qualified as a UK Chartered Accountant in 1989. He moved to Switzerland shortly after qualification and has since specialised in the audit of, and providing accounting advice to, international clients and IFRS users.
He has been the lead partner on a number of major international groups based in the Romandie, and is the leader of our ACS practice (1998-2010, 2014 -*).