Thursday, 17th September 2020
Our Financial Reporting Expert Group helped us respond to this IAASB consultation on Improving the Auditor's Report, which proposes changes to the disclosures made in the auditor's report in company's reports and accounts.
The Quoted Companies Alliance Financial Reporting Committee has advised on our response to the Accounting Standards Board's (ASB) revised proposals for the Future of Financial Reporting Standards, which outlines a new reporting framework for the UK based on IFRS.
The Quoted Companies Alliance Financial Reporting Committee has advised on our response to the Financial Reporting Council's Draft Plan & Budget 2012/13.
The Quoted Companies Alliance Financial Reporting Committee has responded to the Department for Business Innovations and Skills consultation paper on audit exemptions and change of accounting framework.
The Quoted Companies Alliance Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting Committees submitted a reponse to the Department for Business Innovation & Skills consultation paper on the future of narrative reporting.
QCA response to the Financial Reporting Council's Cutting Clutter – Combating Clutter in annual reports
The Quoted Companies Alliance Financial Reporting Committee and Corporate Governance Committee have responded to Financial Reporting Council consultation paper on Cutting Clutter, which explored the improvement of the quality in reporting its annual reports.
The Quoted Companies Alliance Financial Reporting Committee examined this consultation from the IFRS Foundations strategy review, which seeks views on the purpose of Financial Reporting Standards.
The Quoted Companies Alliance's Financial Reporting Committee examined this draft FAQ on IFRS for SMEs and the definition of publicly traded as described in the standard.
The Quoted Companies Alliance's Financial Reporting Committee examined this paper from the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) that focused on disclosures and how they are audited.
The QCA Financial Reporting Committee examined the IASB's Financial Instruments: Impairment exposure draft, which a supplementary document to the exposure draft Financial Instruments: Amortised Cost and Impairment that examines open portfolios of financial assets measured at amortised cost, excluding short-term trade receivables
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