Accounting & reporting

Keep up to date on the most recent accounting standards and financial reporting developments

Need an update on FASB standard setting activities for Q2?

Listen in to our podcast to hear about the new revenue updates, financial instrument impairment, non-GAAP and more.

Brexit’s potential financial impact on US companies


Brexit will likely cause financial volatility in the near-term; the longer-term impact is still unclear.

On-demand library of CPE-eligible webcasts


Do you need CPE credit? Browse our library of on-demand CPE programs. Earn some CPE and catch up on accounting and financial reporting hot topics at the same time.

Deals Practice series: Crisis, restructurings and restatements – Understand the options webcast - September 22, 2016


In this first installment of a three-part, PwC’s Deals Practice webcast series, we will cover approaches to evaluating opportunities during distressed scenarios, developing a plan for change and executing it in order to build value for the future with speed and confidence.

Current Accounting & Reporting Developments webcast, third quarter - September 21, 2016


Register for our quarterly webcast designed to keep you informed about emerging accounting, regulatory, and market developments impacting financial reporting.

Non-GAAP measures: How the SEC’s updated guidance will impact registrants webcast - September 13, 2016


During this webcast, we'll discuss the SEC’s recently-updated Compliance and Disclosure Interpretations (C&DIs) and what they mean to preparers, audit committees, and other stakeholders.

Energy executive series: The GAAP leasing standard for tax executives & tax legislative update webcast - September 7, 2016


In this webcast, e will present an overview of the GAAP leasing standard change and discuss the ways in which it will impact tax departments at energy companies.

FASB’s Stock Compensation Amendments: Implementation Issues and Early Adopters webcast - September 7, 2016


In this quarterly webcast, we will discuss the results of our recent study of companies who have “early adopted” the new FASB stock compensation rules, and share perspectives on a variety of implementation issues.

Stock Compensation 2016 Assumption and Disclosure Study


This study presents our analysis of the 2015 calendar year-end assumptions and disclosures separately for large, non-high tech US public companies and for high tech US public companies.

Making a withdrawal? Brexit’s effect on US banks and capital markets firms


The UK voted to leave the EU. How will this affect US banks and capital markets firms and what can you do to prepare?

FASB Accounting for Income Taxes Projects


The past year has seen considerable activity at the Financial Accounting Standards Board ("FASB") related to accounting for income taxes. The FASB has introduced several topics as part of its initiative to reduce complexity in accounting standards.

Love it or list it: Brexit, US financial institutions, and UK real estate


Now that the initial volatility around commercial real estate in the UK has stabilized, what's next?