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April 2021
The Interbank Offered Rates (IBORs) play an important role in the global financial markets. For example, we often come across financial products based on LIBOR, the London Interbank Offered Rate.
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March 2021
Next in the series of interviews with our teaching faculty, we chat to IFRS instructor, Saket Modi.
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February 2021
‘Green Finance’ (and its close cousin ‘Sustainable Finance’) is an increasingly recognised concept. But what does it actually mean? And what are the issues for finance specialists, managers generally, and for academics?
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It looks like the IFRS Foundation will be adding an International Sustainability Standards Board to join the existing International Accounting Standards Board. In this article we briefly explore the IFRS Foundation’s plans regarding global sustainability standards.
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We recognise and celebrate that our success is built on people – our team, faculty, and of course our loyal clients.
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August 2020
Join Matt Tilling on this informative and free 90-minute virtual session running on Wednesday 9th September.
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June 2020
IASeminars instructor Saket Modi discusses IFRS 9 Financial Instruments in the Covid-19 world
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November 2019
Interest rate benchmarks (such as LIBOR, EURIBOR and TIBOR) play a key role in global financial markets. These benchmarks index trillions of dollars in a wide variety of financial products, from derivatives to residential mortgages.
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A report has been published by the private sector working group on euro risk free rates with recommendations, from an accounting perspective, on the transition to new risk free rates.
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October 2019
The Financial Reporting Council’s new Chairman has accelerated plans to create a new regulator in order to discipline auditors and company directors. The new chairman, Simon Dingemans, took the role after Win Bischoff stepped down following a damning report on the effectiveness of the regulator.
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