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Deloitte IFRS webcasts

On this page, you will find direct links to the latest webcasts where you can view past Global Financial Reporting Dbriefs webcasts, and download copies of the slides for each webcast.

 

Related Publications

  • Dbriefs webcast — IFRS: Important developments (July 2012)

    Jul 26, 2012

    This webcast discusses the IASB work plan, the financial instruments project (focusing on impairment and the limited reconsideration of IFRS 9 in relation to classification and measurement), and an update on the leases and revenue recognition projects.

  • Dbriefs webcast — IFRS: Important developments (October 2011)

    Oct 17, 2011

    The topics covered in this webcast include: The IASB's timeline for the issuance of exposure drafts and new accounting standards An update on the revenue recognition project Recent developments including the issuance of the IASB's agenda consultation and the exposure draft on investment entities.

  • Dbriefs webcast — IFRS: Important developments (July 2011)

    Jul 26, 2011

    The topics covered in this webcast include: The updated timeline for the issuance of new accounting standards The recent tentative decisions on the major convergence projects The new standard on Fair Value Measurements and revised standards on Post-employment Benefits and Presentation of Items of Other Comprehensive Income, with key insights for an effective transition.

  • IFRS Public Policy Debate: What Does the Future Hold?

    May 10, 2011

    The move to a single set of global accounting standards has significant public policy implications. This webcast discusses: The effect that the forthcoming change in IASB leadership may have on the IASB The IFRS Foundation governance and strategy reviews Public policy debates taking place worldwide, including the SEC's consideration of IFRS for U.S. registrants. Note: Due to technical difficulty experienced during the live presentation, the audio of the beginning of the presentation was not recorded. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.