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Is Fair Value Fair? Financial Reporting in an International Perspective.

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Langendijk / Swagerman / Verhoog, «Is Fair Value Fair?
Financial Reporting in an International Perspective»
John Wiley & Sons | ISBN 0470850280 | February 1, 2001 | PDF | 1,54 Mb | 384 pages



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Review
"…this is a timely and useful book…" (Professional Investor, May 2003)

Book Description
The failure of current mechanisms to either predict the collapse of various companies or curb corrupt practises has kept the subject of external reporting to the fore. Is Fair Value Fair? Financial Reporting in an International Perspective contains contributions from many highly-respected individuals involved in external reporting, regulation and standard setting. Their contributions discuss the future of

* regulation
* application of standards
* supervision
* audit

Current trends are discussed, as are ways in which the current regulatory environment could be improved.

With the new IFRS regulations coming into force in 2005, financial reporting is set toface radical changes. Is Fair Value Fair? fully prepares readers for these changes and is an invaluable tool for corporate financiers and institutional investors with an interest in the regulatory environment.



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"The failure of current mechanisms to either predict the collapse of various companies or curb corrupt practises has kept the subject of external reporting to the fore. Is Fair Value Fair? Financial Reporting in an International Perspective contains contributions from many highly-respected individuals involved in external reporting, regulation and standard setting. Their contributions discuss the future of: -regulation -application of standards -supervision -audit Current trends are discussed, as are ways in which the current regulatory environment could be improved. The new IFRS regulations coming into force in 2005 are set to radically change the various methods of financial reporting. Is Fair Value Fair? fully prepares readers for these changes and is an invaluable tool for corporate financiers and institutional investors with an interest in the regulatory environment. "

Book Info
Text contains contributions from many highly respected individuals involved in external reporting, regulation and standard setting. Topics include regulation, application of standards, supervision, and audit. Discusses current trends and ways in which the current regulatory environment could be improved. DLC: Financial statements.

From the Inside Flap
NIVRA's membership comprises approximately 13,000 registeraccountants, working in positions in which the quality of information and reporting is paramount. NIVRA's task is to advance the quality of the professional services provided by registeraccountants, both for the public good and to foster registeraccountants' own mutual interests.

The book arose out of Dutch NIVRA's Committee for the Continuing Professional Education of Registeraccountants (VERA).

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The failure of current mechanisms to either predict the collapse of various companies or curb corrupt practises has kept the subject of external reporting to the fore. Is Fair Value Fair? Financial Reporting in an International Perspective contains contributions from many highly-respected individuals involved in external reporting, regulation and standard setting. Their contributions discuss the future of

* regulation
* application of standards
* supervision
* audit

Current trends are discussed, as are ways in which the current regulatory environment could be improved.

The new IFRS regulations coming into force in 2005 are set to radically change the various methods of financial reporting. Is Fair Value Fair? fully prepares readers for these changes and is an invaluable tool for corporate financiers and institutional investors with an interest in the regulatory environment.

About the Author
Professor Henk Langendijk is currently professor of external financial reporting at Nyenrode University and professor of external financial reporting at the University of Amsterdam. He has lectured in finance at the University of Amsterdam since 1980 and previously worked at BDO and Arthur Anderson. He has contributed articles to various financial journals as well as written a number of books in the field of financial accounting. He is a member of the Advisory Council of the Limperg Instituut. In addition, he is editor-in-chief of the magazine Accounting, editor of Accountant-Adviseur and a member of the VERA steering committee on financial reporting.

Professor Dirk Swagerman is currently with Deloitte and Touche in Amsterdam, having gained a master's degree in business administration at Michigan State University. In 1991/1992 he qualified as Master of Business Telecommunications at the University of Delft. He is also involved with the business departments at Twente University

Willem Verhoog has been the Secretary of Royal NIVRA's Continuing Professional Education Committee (VERA) since 1976. He has enabled VERA to develop a CPE package with more than 100 seminars and 1000 participants each year. He is editor-in-chief of the monthly VERA Actueel journal, editorial board member of 30 different NIVRA publications, and is co-author of 7 books prior to this effort