Policy and influence
Principles not rules
ICAS is pleased to announce the publication of its report Principles Not Rules: A Question of Judgement.
Losing the excess baggage
Report on ICAS-NZICA project for the IASB to review IFRS disclosure requirements
Making corporate reports readable
This document demonstrates that it is possible to produce a corporate report in less than 30 pages by only providing decision-useful information.
Making corporate reports relevant
This report seeks to draw to a conclusion ICAS’ earlier work “Making Corporate Reports Readable” which was issued in 2010.
Making corporate reports valuable
This project came about following discussions among the members of the Committee about their concern over the lack of a framework for accounting research.
What is performance?
This discussion paper addresses the concept of corporate performance and how it is reported, raising questions for debate and future research.
Chinese accounting reform
This report provides a fascinating insight into China's adoption of IFRS-based standards
NPO financial experts needed
Opportunity for experts in non-profit sector financial reporting to join a Practitioner Advisory Group.
Do we need a roadmap for financial reporting?
ICAS, in collaboration with IFAC, has published this joint paper as a response to the IASB project to update its Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting.
Future of corporate reporting
A look at how ICAS is shaping the debate on corporate reporting