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By All Accounts | July 2022

The edition features an interview with ISSB Vice-Chair Sue Lloyd, who talks to us about sustainability disclosure standards. It also includes articles on the ISSB's first two EDs, the UK's new climate-related financial disclosures, the financial reporting implications of the war in Ukraine and Companies House reform. Also featured are cyber risk, the IASB's proposed new disclosures about supplier finance arrangements, the UKEB's research project on goodwill and the ICAEW's latest educational film.

Sue Lloyd talks about her new role as Vice-Chair of the International Sustainability Standards Board.

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Ukraine and beyond
Financial reporting implications of the war in Ukraine.

A greener future?
The UK's new mandatory climate-related financial disclosures.

Getting to grips with cyber risks
Why cyber risk is an area that all companies increasingly need to focus on.

A step closer to global sustainability standards
Key proposals from the ISSB's first two Exposure Drafts.

Transforming the company register
Changes in filing requirements set to affect all UK companies.

Is trust enough? Anti-money laundering and professional scepticism
Introducing ICAEW's new educational drama.

Influencing the goodwill debate 
The UK Endorsement Board’s recent research project on the subsequent measurement of goodwill.

Disclosing supplier finance arrangements
Are the IASB’s proposed new disclosures about supplier finance arrangements unnecessarily complex?


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