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By All Accounts, issue 13 (January 2016)

The Financial Reporting Faculty journal, with topical features and commentary from experts helping to put financial reporting into context. In this edition, IASB chairman Hans Hoogervorst talks to Nigel Sleigh-Johnson and Eddy James about what has been achieved in his four and a half years in office, and his hopes for the future.

By All Accounts, Issue 13 (January 2016)

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The Financial Reporting Faculty journal, with topical features and commentary from experts helping to put financial reporting into context. In this edition, IASB chairman Hans Hoogervorst talks to Nigel Sleigh-Johnson and Eddy James about what has been achieved in his four and a half years in office, and his hopes for the future.

Setting the agenda

As the IASB launches its latest agenda consultation, we ask experts from around the world to provide their views on where the IASB should focus its efforts over the next five years. (By All Accounts, January 2016).

The nightmare before Christmas

Peter Hogarth looks at some of the challenges that lie ahead as entities prepare to get to grips with the IASB’s new leasing standard. (By All Accounts, January 2016).

Is everything clear now?

Raghava Tirumala highlights proposed clarifications to the IASB’s new revenue recognition standard. (By All Accounts, January 2016).

Integrated reporting

Neil Stevenson explains how organisations think about planning and reporting their changing story in today’s information age. (By All Accounts, January 2016).

Raising the bar

Nigel Sleigh-Johnson looks at proposals to improve the reporting quality of smaller quoted companies. (By All Accounts, January 2016).

IFRS in numbers

As IFRS continues to spread across the globe, we take a look at the current state of play in the quest to create a single global financial reporting language. (By All Accounts, January 2016).

International public sector accounting

The faculty has recently widened its remit to encompass international public sector financial reporting. Henning Diederichs and Nigel Sleigh- Johnson provide some background. (By All Accounts, January 2016).