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The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) issued a new financial instruments standard that introduces an expected-loss impairment model.

Published on July 25 2014

In an environment of modest economic growth and fast change, US CEOs are worried about staying relevant and maintaining their edge, according to a new survey report.

Published on July 24 2014

Reputational risk and cybersecurity are US company board members’ top nonfinancial concerns, according to a new survey report. Read more about the risks that are rising—and falling—on board members’ lists of concerns.

Published on July 23 2014

The UK Financial Reporting Council issued amendments that are expected to result in more financial instruments being measured by reference to cost rather than fair value.

Published on July 23 2014

Developed economies regained some momentum in attracting foreign direct investments last year, but developing countries remained the bigger draw.

Published on July 21 2014

A lively discussion by a new revenue recognition transition resource group gave FASB and the IASB plenty of views to consider as they ponder how to help preparers with implementation questions related to the revenue recognition standard issued in May.

Published on July 19 2014

UK retail banks are not meeting the needs of SMEs, according to a study by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Competition and Markets Authority, which say more investigation into the issue is needed.

Published on July 18 2014

A slowed, more stable growth, rising labour costs and an emerging consumer class are signs that China may join South Korea and Taiwan and become an advanced economy. But success is far from guaranteed, says a senior economist at Wells Capital Management.

Published on July 18 2014

Cost-cutting is the top priority of CFOs’ bosses, and staffing projections for the coming year are lower, according to the quarterly Deloitte CFO Signals survey. The survey also says talent costs are a rising concern for North American finance chiefs tasked with trying to save money.

Published on July 11 2014

Use of technology and delegation are the most useful strategies to help busy CFOs manage their time, according to a new survey. Learn how to use both tools to improve efficiency.

Published on July 11 2014

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