International Financial Reporting Standards

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  • Non Financial Reporting Essay

    accounting reporting began when companies had to become more transparent about their environmental impact. The majority of corporate non-financial reporting was included in their annual financial statements and concentrated on human resources and employee relations. For instance, in 1982 US Steel Corporation early financial statements documented worker housing, community development, worker safety and mortgage assistance to their employees. The real jump start to sustainability reporting was…

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  • Batelco Case

    Question 1: What are the main components of Batelco’s “Consolidated Financial Statements 2015”? Batelco’s Consolidated Financial Statements of 2015 comprises of the company’s statement of financial position, the company’s income statement and the statement of comprehensive incomes, the statement of changes in equity, the statement of company’s cash flows and the notes that incorporates the segment information. The consolidated financial statements of the Batelco’s Group in the year 2015 have…

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  • Credit Suisse Corporate Structure

    encourages them to create a topographically adjusted stream of incomes and net new resources and enables to catch development openings around the globe. it serves its customers through three territorially engaged divisions: Swiss Universal Bank, International Wealth Management and Asia Pacific. These territorial organizations are upheld by two different divisions having some expertise in venture managing an account capacities: Global Markets and Investment Banking and Capital Markets. The…

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  • Financial Reporting Fraud

    Following the pervasive financial losses which occurred as a result of the great depression, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was established with the guiding principle to instil confidence in current and potential holders of stocks and bonds that publicly traded companies are managing funds efficiently and appropriately, which is to be achieved through “full disclosure” of the organizations’ financial performance in the form of quarterly and annual financial statements…

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  • Purpose Of The Fourth EU Money Laundering Directive (4MLD)

    with the Forty Recommendations made by the Financial Action Task Force on money laundering (FATF). The 4MLD serves the purpose to enhance and strengthen the existing money laundering regulations set out in the Third Directive, whilst highlighting the need for a more unified international approach to Financial Crime, utilising FATF recommendations as their global standards. Whilst the main areas of the Fourth EU Directive remain in…

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  • US Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB)

    auditor provides a judgement and acceptable assurance on the financial statement to investors and other users of financial statements, which has not changed much since the 1940s. To correspond to the size and complexity of markets that have greatly increased in the past seventy years, and to attract a greater percentage of households to invest in the stock market, a new auditing standard and related amendments to enhance the auditor 's reporting model were proposed for public comment by the U.S.…

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  • Cayman Island Case Study

    as an international financial centre derives from the foresight of some early legal practitioners and a receptive Government who, in the mid 1960s, together drafted and enacted legislation to build on this modest beginning and take advantage of the absence of any form of direct taxation on individuals and corporations based on income or…

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  • Enron Internal Control Essay

    There were many reasons for the downfall of Enron, corporate governance being one of the main. The Corporate Governance Code issued by the Financial Reporting Council (2010) defines corporate governance as ‘the system by which companies are directed and controlled’. Boards of directors are responsible for the governance of their companies. The shareholders’ role in governance is to appoint the directors and the auditors and to satisfy themselves that an appropriate governance structure is in…

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  • Business Accounting Case Study: Business Process Analyst

    1) a- Business Process Analyst b- This job needs a person who has an experience and background of finance, which can analyse the complex finance process to be more effective. Also, under this job, the worker must be able to write reporting about the corporate finance environment. In addition, having good communication skills that can help working with stakeholders. The job is located in Auckland city centre, at Alexzander James Company. The work type will be either contract or temporary.…

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  • Grace V. W. R. Grace Case Summary

    Grace case are 2060: Reporting to Senior Management and 2440: Disseminating Results. 2060 discusses the requirement of the chief audit executive to “include [all] significant risk exposures and control issues, including fraud risks, governance issues, and other matters” when reporting to “senior management and the board (Textbook).” Mr. Eatough purposefully evaded reporting an issue of fraud by downgrading the severity of the company’s situation…

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