US GAAP convergence & IFRS webcasts

PwC is proud to present a series of webcasts focused on US GAAP convergence and IFRS. These webcasts, each featuring a panel of PwC professionals and specialists, discuss the topical business and technical issues that companies should be addressing today.

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Previous webcasts

US GAAP & IFRS convergence series: SEC Work Plan Finalization
Original webcast: July 19, 2012

The Staff of the SEC's Office of the Chief Accountant recently published its final Staff report on the Work Plan for the consideration of incorporating IFRS into the financial reporting system for US issuers.

This final Staff paper represents a summary of what the Staff learned in the areas covered by the Work Plan regarding the potential impact of any incorporation of IFRS in the financial reporting system for US issuers, and it will inform any Commission determination on whether, how and when to incorporate IFRS. It also provides transparency to the public related to the Staff's findings and observations.

Please join us for a summary and analysis of the Work Plan final report.

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US GAAP & IFRS convergence series: IFRS outlook survey results
Original webcast: November 10, 2011

On this webcast, we reviewed results of the 2011 US IFRS outlook survey and discussed PwC's point of view. We began with a recap of recent developments, and closed with some recommendations regarding next steps, incorporating audience questions throughout. We encourage you to review the replay in order to hear what other companies are currently doing - or thinking - in regard to IFRS.

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Download publication with survey results

Video Learning Center

In addition to our live webcasts, PwC has established the IFRS Video Learning Center. The Center consists of a series of on-demand IFRS technical sessions designed to assist companies in identifying the differences between IFRS and US GAAP, and to help them assess the areas of their business that will be most impacted.

Access the IFRS Video Learning Center.