IFRS is the language of the global capital markets. Major new standards are being implemented in 2018 and 2019. PwC professionals will help you to keep up to date and share their perspectives on an increasingly complex financial reporting environment. You can listen to episodes at your convenience via your desktop computer or smartphone.
Episode 94: IBOR reform Phase 2
In August 2020 the IASB concluded their IBOR reform project and issued the Phase 2 amendments. Chris Raftopoulos, Marie Kling and Mark Randall share their insights.
Episode 93: September IFRIC Update
Karsten Ganssauge talks through the September IFRIC Agenda. How to account for a sale and leaseback in a corporate wrapper and a proposed Board amendment to IAS 12, Taxes.
Episode 92: PwC IFRS Talks IFRS 15, over time revenue contracts
EP 92: Join Ruth Preedy and Katie Woods as they talk through the judgements involved to account for revenue contracts over time.
Episode 91: IASB narrow scope amendments
In May 2020, the IASB released a package of narrow scope amendments on IAS 16, proceeds of testing, IAS 37, onerous contracts, IFRS 3, recognition of liabilities in a business combination and annual improvements 2018 - 2020 (IFRS 1, IAS 41 and IFRS 9 and IFRS 16.)
Episode 90: The life and times of Sandra Thompson
This podcast looks back at the last 33 years of the accounting life and times of Sandra Thompson, Global IFRS Financial Instrument Leader, PwC UK; her favourite accounting standards, proudest moments, and hints and tips on being a financial statement reviewer.
Episode 89: Primary financial statements
Join PwC professionals as they discuss the proposed changes to the statement of profit and loss exposure draft in 20 minutes.
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As an Accounts Trainee, I have come to absolutely love these podcasts (they were helpful in preparing me for my current job). Ruth Preedy, Mr. Tony Debell and their colleagues are to be commended for sheer consistency (there are other accounting podcasts I have followed in the past that have fallen by the wayside) and quality of content.
Thank you so much - please continue this fantastic work!
PS: I will miss Mr. Debell because he is retiring.
Short and sweet
I enjoy the length of the episodes. 15 minutes is enough to go through the important points of the IFRS update and it’s easy for me to keep my IFRS knowledge up to date.