PwC's perspective on IFRS

In this video series, PwC National Professional Services Group partners Wayne Carnall, David Schmid and Josh Paul discuss several key issues related to the 2012 SEC Staff's release of its final report on its IFRS work plan.

The US: a financially bilingual capital market

The US: a financially bilingual capital market

PwC Partner David Schmid discusses the importance of being financially bilingual - knowledgeable about both US GAAP and IFRS

 

IFRS developments in the US: The PwC point of view

IFRS developments in the US: The PwC point of view

PwC Partner David Schmid discusses the path of adoption of IFRS and where the US currently stands

 

Consistency of application

Consistency of application

A discussion around the role of the regulator and how that affects global adoption

 


Response to SEC work plan

Response to SEC work plan

What were the global ramifications of the SEC not taking any current action relative to incorporating IFRS?

 


The endorsement method and sovereignty issues

The endorsement method and sovereignty issues

How the IASB and the FASB are working together with the goal of creating quality standards

 


IFRS - A decision?

IFRS - A decision?

The ultimate purpose of the final SEC Staff report - what it told us and what it didn't tell us

 


What are the next steps for US companies?

What are the next steps for US companies?

IFRS is just as important now to many US companies as it was before the SEC Staff's IFRS work plan was completed