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The Wider Implications of Transitioning to IFRS or IPSAS — 10 Things to Consider

Thursday 4 December 2014

Author:Lisa Weaver is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and has worked with many reporting entities on their transition to IFRS. Lisa is a teaching fellow at Aston Business School and is the author of "Managing the Transition of IFRS-Based Financial Reporting," published in 2014. Lisa is also an occasional writer for IASeminars, an independent global financial training company specializing in IFRS and IPSAS.

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