Practical online guidance written exclusively for faculty members by experts.
International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) are accounting standards and interpretations published by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB).
IFRSs have been adopted by many jurisdictions worldwide, including the EU. Access all the latest information and practical resources on IFRSs and recent IASB consultations. As a member of the Financial Reporting Faculty you have access to IFRS online resources including eIFRS, Standards tracker, factsheets and a selection of practical texts.
Full access to the IASB's eIFRS resource available to Financial Reporting Faculty members.
Check which version of the standard applies to your timeframe, with direct links to eIFRS.
Identify which new IFRSs, IFRICs and amendments come into force for different time periods.
Proposals for amending IFRSs and other financial reporting requirements.
A selection of articles on topical issues in IFRS selected from the faculty's journal.
Access the recordings and download the slides from recent webinars on topical IFRS issues.
Access a selection of practical texts, many available for loan or download.
This report places the lessons learned from the EU's experience of using IFRS in a global context and provides insights & recommendations for jurisdictions that have recently adopted IFRS or are thinking of extending the application of IFRS reporting.
Understand the key changes in moving from IAS39 to IFRS9, estimating impact on business performance and strategy.
Hosted by the Financial Reporting Faculty, this course provides an update on all the latest developments in IFRS, including new and revised standards effective in 2014 and beyond. It also includes an update of ongoing IASB projects and other corporate reporting developments.
This workshop will provide an authoritative ICAEW refresher of key areas of IFRS. A CPD certificate of attendance will be awarded to each delegate.
For users of financial statements, revenue is a number that's central to understanding a business' performance and assessing its prospects.
The latest developments in IFRS for GI and their implications for the business.