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Publication Identifying a business combination within the scope of IFRS 3
Mergers and acquisitions are becoming more and more common as entities aim to achieve their growth objectives. IFRS 3 ‘Business Combinations’ contains the requirements for these transactions, which are challenging in practice.
Publication Designed to give preparers of IFRS financial statements a high-level awareness of recent changes to International Financial Reporting Standards, this publication covers both new Standards and Interpretations that have been issued and amendments made to existing ones.
Designed to give preparers of IFRS financial statements a high-level awareness of recent changes to International Financial Reporting Standards, this publication covers both new Standards and Interpretations that have been issued and amendments made to existing ones.
Publication IFRS 9 and expected credit loss calculation under COVID-19 pandemic
Grant Thornton Armenia presents some recommendations, which are in line with recently circulated European Banking Authorities guidance to banks, European Securities and Markets Authority statement and the IASB statement.
GrowthiQ Are you getting the best from your lender?
Mid-market businesses should feel empowered to ask for better service from their bank, says the Swedish lender that is challenging established global players.
Financial services Strategic dilemmas in insurance
The future of the insurance landscape is changing and the impact of strategy on mid-market companies is increasing. There are many challenges facing the insurance sector but our team of specialists have outlined five key areas that are under increasing pressure to adapt
Private Equity Creating growth
Private equity has always focused on creating value and helping promote growth in portfolio companies. Since the industry began, private equity firms have tried many ways to meet this ultimate objective – and with varying success. Now, post the global financial crisis, the question being asked more than ever is: how can private equity deliver its value-added promises?