Joint webinar hosted by BEIS and the FRC on 3 December 2020 on the latest developments and implications for stakeholders, with a Q&A session.
External resources on Brexit and financial reporting
Externally-produced resources providing practical information on how the UK's exit from the EU affects financial and corporate reporting.
Letters issued by BEIS and the FRC in November 2020 to the accounting and audit sectors setting out changes to the UK's corporate reporting framework at the end of the transition period.
This webinar, hosted by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, provides information on the actions you should take to prepare your business for new rules from January 2021.
Post Transition Period Accounting and Audit Framework: Getting ready for the end of the Transition Period
Accompanying presentation slides for the UK Transition Business Webinar hosted in November 2020 by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. The slides give an overview of key accounting framework and audit changes from January 2021 which businesses need to prepare for.
Information from the FRC about the status of existing EU-adopted IFRSs, establishing a UK endorsement body, and the FRC's influencing and endorsement activities.
Documents from the FRC and government on auditing and accounting during and after the transition period. It includes links to legislation and information for EEA based organisations transferring personal data to the FRC.
Letter issued by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) to the accountancy sector on accounting and corporate reporting standards during the transition period.
A 10 page PwC In depth guide focusing on the consequential accounting and reporting implications of the UK departure from the EU on 31 January 2020. The paper looks at the Brexit-related risks that management should be considering for their impact on accounting and reporting.
Briefing published by Universities UK and the European University Association to assist universities in preparing for a no-deal Brexit. Includes impacts on students and staff, goods passing between the UK and EU, data sharing and EU-funded activities.
A short article from KPMG that looks at the need for organisations to prepare Strategic Reports to offer investors clarity over the potential impact of Brexit.
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