6 min

SEC on IFRS 19, More on BF Borgers, Int’l ESG Reporting Updates Accounting Matters

    • Management

Your trusty AM Now hosts Adam Olsen and Matt Fisser are at it again, bringing you the accounting and finance stories you need to know, including:

The SEC’s statement on IFRS 19 reducing disclosures for certain subsidiaries and the impact on SEC filings, including any additional disclosures likely required.The SEC provided relief to BF Borgers clients with additional time to hire a new public accountant and file quarterly and transition reports on their Form 10-Q given certain requirements.The IFRS Foundation’s updated guide on getting started on implementing the Integrated Reporting Framework and how to take account of the IFRS Sustainability Disclosure Standards.New ESMA guidelines on using ESG and sustainability-related terms in investment fund names.EFRAG’s compilation of 68 unique explanations to respond to various stakeholders’ technical questions on ESRS application required under the CSRD.
For more on this week’s topics:
Statement on the Application of IFRS 19, Subsidiaries without Public Accountability: Disclosures, in Filings with the SEC
Securities Exchange Act of 1934, Release No. 34-100185 (BF Borgers)
IFRS Foundation: Transition to integrated reporting
ESMA Guidelines establish harmonised criteria for use of ESG and sustainability terms in fund names
EFRAG Releases New ESRS Q And A Technical Explanations

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Your trusty AM Now hosts Adam Olsen and Matt Fisser are at it again, bringing you the accounting and finance stories you need to know, including:

The SEC’s statement on IFRS 19 reducing disclosures for certain subsidiaries and the impact on SEC filings, including any additional disclosures likely required.The SEC provided relief to BF Borgers clients with additional time to hire a new public accountant and file quarterly and transition reports on their Form 10-Q given certain requirements.The IFRS Foundation’s updated guide on getting started on implementing the Integrated Reporting Framework and how to take account of the IFRS Sustainability Disclosure Standards.New ESMA guidelines on using ESG and sustainability-related terms in investment fund names.EFRAG’s compilation of 68 unique explanations to respond to various stakeholders’ technical questions on ESRS application required under the CSRD.
For more on this week’s topics:
Statement on the Application of IFRS 19, Subsidiaries without Public Accountability: Disclosures, in Filings with the SEC
Securities Exchange Act of 1934, Release No. 34-100185 (BF Borgers)
IFRS Foundation: Transition to integrated reporting
ESMA Guidelines establish harmonised criteria for use of ESG and sustainability terms in fund names
EFRAG Releases New ESRS Q And A Technical Explanations

Connect with Embark on: 
LinkedInInstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube
Listen to AM Now on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

6 min