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IFRS Institute Advisory Leader, KPMG US
Partner, Dept. of Professional Practice, KPMG US
Partner in Charge, US Germany Corridor, KPMG US
An update on IFRS issues in the United States
KPMG highlights potential IFRS® Standards accounting and disclosures impacts of COVID-19.
Our semi-annual outlook helps IFRS Standards preparers in the US keep track of financial reporting changes and assess relevance.
Top 10 differences between interim financial reporting requirements under IAS® 34 and ASC 270.
Is goodwill amortization making a comeback, Accounting standards boards respond to IBOR reform and Amendments to classification of liabilities
Recent clarifications of new leases standard, defined benefit plans and Q4 2019 new IFRS standards and amendments.
Lease modifications, revenue recognition post-implementation observations and the differences on the capitalization of borrowing costs under IAS 23 and interest costs under US GAAP.
Cloud computing costs, IFRS IC agenda decisions and government grants.
IESBA implications, IFRS 9 challenges and accounting for legal claims.
Definition of a business, being acquired by an IFRS company and income statement presentation.
Implications of the new leases standard, IFRS 9 disclosures and restructuring costs.
US tax reform impact on M&A, IFRS 15 implementation and impairment of equity method investees.
Impact of US tax reform and accounting for income taxes under IFRS vs US GAAP.
IFRIC 23, accounting for PP&E, hyperinflationary economies, hedge accounting and leases implementation.
IFRS 16 vs. ASC 842, insurance, IFRS 9 impairment model, going public in Canada and R&D costs.
KPMG’s latest update on current IFRS issues: Non-GAAP measures, Brexit, IFRS 15, combined/carve-out financials and liability/equity classification.
KPMG’s latest update on current IFRS issues: IFRS in the US and Japan, converting to IFRS, Revenue and IAS 1 vs. ASC 470.
Generates a customized list of newly effective and forthcoming IFRS as issued by the IASB or as adopted by the EU.
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