Convergence Guidebook for Corporate Financial Reporting

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Wiley, Feb 23, 2009 - Study Aids - 240 pages
As a result of the global convergence of financial reporting standards, U.S. GAAP is changing profoundly. U.S. GAAP is also being abandoned by many public and private companies, and will eventually be replaced by a higher-quality set of global standards. The Convergence Guidebook for Corporate Financial Reporting provides the timely, practical guidance that CFOs, controllers, and other financial managers need in order to prepare for the impact of Convergence on their companies, departments, and careers. Guidebook readers will also learn why they must begin preparing for "the next big challenge in corporate financial reporting" now.

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Bruce Pounder, MBA, CMA, CFM, DipIFR (ACCA), is an expert on the global Convergence of financial reporting standards. He has two decades of firsthand financial reporting experience as the CFO of a privately held corporation and has served as a financial reporting consultant to many public corporations. Currently he is the President of the professional services firm Leveraged Logic and the host of the webcast series "This Week in Accounting."

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