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KPMG in India IFRS Institute: Publications

IFRS Institute KPMG in India

Our IFRS publications represent clear and concise insight pooled from the collective experience of IFRS specialists from around the global KPMG network.

    First Impressions

    First Impressions are prepared for new standards or significant amendments to existing standards. These publications include a discussion of the key elements of the new requirements and highlight areas that may result in a change of practice.

    Guides to Financial Statements

    Our Guides to financial statements are compliance focused and have two components: Illustrative disclosures that illustrate one possible format for financial statements based on a fictitious multinational corporation, and a companion Disclosure checklist.

    IFRS Practice Issues

    These publications address practical application issues that an entity may encounter when applying IFRSs. They may include discussion of selected requirements, interpretative guidance and illustrative examples.

    IFRS-US GAAP Comparison

    Our US GAAP comparison publication assists you in understanding the significant differences between IFRS and US GAAP.

    In the Headlines

    In the Headlines provide information in relation to new exposure drafts and standards issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), as well as any other relevant developments affecting current and future IFRS reporters.

    New on the Horizon

    New on the Horizon publications consider the requirements of IASB Exposure Drafts. They include a discussion of the key elements of the proposed requirements and respective observations.

    Time for Transition

    This publication offers a reminder of actions that may need to be taken ahead of newly effective requirements.

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