What's new on PwC's CFOdirect: week of August 8, 2019

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PwC's weekly update on accounting and reporting developments, business news, and highlights from regulators and standard setters.

PwC's accounting and reporting insights

Changes to SEC transaction disclosures: 5 things you need to know  

Contemplating an acquisition or disposition of a business? Tune in to find out 5 things you need to know about the SEC’s proposal to change disclosures for businesses bought and sold.

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Revenue: Private company ASC 606 adoption: Transition and disclosure FAQs

Are you a private company or emerging growth company? We answer your ASC 606 adoption questions.

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Reminder: Q3 Current Accounting and Reporting Developments video webcast (September 18 or September 24)

Join one of our two quarterly video webcasts for key reminders that should be top of mind as you close out the quarter. As the content for the two sessions will be the same, participants are not eligible to receive CPE for both sessions. Register today!

IFRS news - July 2019

This edition discusses June year-end accounting reminders, the impact of LIBOR reform and other similar rates on IFRS reporting, proposed amendments to IFRS 17, and more.

More from PwC's industries and services

Global Top 100 Companies (2019)

Our global ranking of the top 100 public companies by market capitalisation explores the risers and the fallers, sector dynamics and how the global landscape is changing.

 

Continued uncertainties in US tax reform could raise new M&A challenges

The 2017 tax reform act continues to be a complex law to digest, requiring specialists to manage ongoing developments around key areas, including: tax implications on tariffs, employee compensation, state tax laws, and capital availability. Uncertainties around these areas likely will linger for some time, and how dealmakers respond going forward could impact the quality and value of their next deal.


North American power and utilities deals insights: Q2 2019

Deal value returned to the strongest level since Q2 2018, even in the absence of any mega deals ($5+ billion), driven largely by deals from financial investors.

 


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