Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Another Nudge on IFRS

From California, James Rubin writes:
U.S. accountants who work internationally will have to learn a new set of standards and interpretations over the next five to 10 years as American firms adopt International Financial Reporting Standards. That was among the points touched on at a panel discussion last month at Town Hall Los Angeles. The event included Ian M. Eddleston, director of quality for the Pacific Southwest area of the assurance and advisory business services practice for Ernst & Young, Rosalind Tyson, regional director of the SEC's Los Angeles regional office and Brent A. Woodford, senior vice president, planning and control for the Walt Disney Company.

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