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  • Reporting Impact Assessments for FRS 101, FRS 102 and IFRS | New Irish GAAP | Audit and accounting | Audit and assurance | PwC Ireland | Services
    firms Technology Media centre Articles Press releases Publications RSS feeds Careers Experienced careers Student careers Executive search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Reporting Impact Assessments for FRS 101 FRS 102 and IFRS The Accounting Council of the FRC has issued FRSs 100 101 and 102 which set out the choice of accounting framework applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland replacing existing GAAP standards Our FRS 101 and FRS 102 Reporting Impact Assessments are a practical response to help you understand the potential effects of the new standards on your financial statements Audit and accounting Statutory audit Corporate reporting IFRS Reporting New Irish GAAP Reporting Impact Assessments for FRS 101 FRS 102 and IFRS Rolling forward to FRS 102 XBRL Accounting advisory Entity governance and compliance Companies Act 2014 Directors Compliance Statement Outsourced accounting How can we help Publications Contacts Irene O Keeffe Partner Tel 353 1 792 8563 Email Damian Ruttledge Tel 353 1 792 6780 Email Reporting Impact Assessments

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/services/audit-and-assurance/audit-and-accounting/frs-102.html (2016-02-18)
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  • 2015 CFO Pulse Survey | PwC Ireland | Survey
    Careers Experienced careers Student careers Executive search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites 2015 CFO Pulse Survey Marked increase in confidance Strategic role for organisations Increased outsourcing Marked increase in confidance Strategic role for organisations Increased outsourcing Marked increase in confidance Strategic role for organisations Increased outsourcing Marked increase in confidance Strategic role for organisations Increased outsourcing The 2015 Chief Financial Officers Pulse Survey reflects the views of over 110 of Ireland s finance leaders A range of business topics central to the development of their organisations as well as the role of the finance function are covered We detail why Ireland s CFOs are now more positive about future prospects for the economy and their organisation s growth potential Archive Press release Ireland s finance leaders struggling to become more strategic but are focusing on the areas that matter Full report PwC 2015 CFO Survey Conquering new ways of doing business Media centre Articles Press releases Publications RSS Feeds Contacts Paul Tuite

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/survey/2015-pwc-ireland-cfo-pulse-survey.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Audit and accounting | Audit and assurance | PwC Ireland | Services
    search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Understanding a financial statement audit The financial audit and the role of the auditor Read more The allignment challenge Your strategic ERM programme Find out more New Irish GAAP Q A We answer some common questions on New Irish GAAP Read more IFRS Reporting A look at impact assessment Read more Explore further Directors Compliance Statement Here to help you prepare Read more Client Asset Requirements Read more How can we help Whether it s fulfilling your obligation for a statutory audit keeping up with corporate reporting resolving complex accounting issues or transitioning to IFRS new Irish GAAP or XBRL we can help Our audit clients include many of Ireland s leading corporations as well as many small and medium sized companies and a significant number of IFSC banks insurers and investment funds Read more Featured Companies Act 2014 Directors compliance statement Read more Audit and accounting Statutory audit Corporate reporting IFRS Reporting New Irish GAAP

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/services/audit-and-assurance/audit-and-accounting.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Statutory audit | Audit and accounting | Audit and assurance | PwC Ireland | Services
    Financial reporting Creating value that makes a real difference to your business is intrinsic to our audit service Quality audits that bring unexpected and far reaching benefits do not come from an unthinking compliance mindset but from a knowledgeable questioning imaginative and insightful approach The foundation of the service we deliver is a natural blend of compliance and value We are experts in the application of audit methodology and techniques and use our expertise to bring precision and economy to your audit We look behind the numbers to consider what they mean for your business as a whole This means we can offer new solutions to your problems to help you learn from what has happened and prepare you for or better still help you avoid issues in the future Potential issues You are new to Ireland and need to adhere to Irish statutory audit requirements You are a regulated entity and must submit audited regulatory returns Your business is growing and or expanding overseas and you need an auditor that can respond to your scale and geographic reach You are considering changing your audit provider due to anticipated EU audit rotation requirements or you wish to explore if a different service provider would better meet your needs Problems have emerged with the reliability of your financial reporting Your financial reporting process is not delivering information of sufficient quality and or not meeting your internal or external reporting deadlines How can we help For organisations that require an audit for statutory or regulatory reasons we provide a high quality audit service and can help with Independent audit or review of externally reported information Accountants reports for regulatory or contractual purposes Compliance with regulations Advice on controls and processing system weaknesses Confirmation of accounting treatments with respect to complex transactions Monitoring

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/services/audit-and-assurance/audit-and-accounting/statutory-audit.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Corportate reporting | Audit and accounting | Audit and assurance | PwC Ireland | Services
    challenging How business operates and what drives success are being transformed At the same time what customers suppliers employees governments and society in general expect from business is changing This is having an inevitable impact on what information management need to generate and what they need to communicate externally Reporting is evolving It s hard to keep up But leading edge companies are gaining a competitive advantage by integrating their internal and external reporting to give a clear view of their performance financial and non financial and strategic aims Potential issues Your corporate reporting in all its guises is what stakeholders use to make decisions about your business Why should they make a financial investment in your future plans do business with you or join you as an employee Good corporate reporting provides stakeholders with the information they need to make these decisions And they want assurance that what is reported is a true reflection of reality Ask yourself does your reporting measure up Common issues include You need to respond to demands to report principal risks and uncertainties and key performance indicators externally You want to know how your company s corporate reporting compares to your competitors or current good practice You want to develop the narrative reporting content of your annual report in line with current best practice guidance You want to develop transparent corporate reporting How can we help Our team can help you to understand how your current reporting stacks up stay ahead of developments and implement new reporting strategies in order to meet the needs of the capital markets regulators and other key stakeholders We can Help management understand regulatory narrative reporting requirements and how best to respond Provide management with an understanding of current and best practices in narrative reporting Challenge management to develop

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/services/audit-and-assurance/audit-and-accounting/corporate-reporting.html (2016-02-18)
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  • IFRS reporting | Audit and accounting | Audit and assurance | PwC Ireland | Services
    of accounting changes and the wider challenges that adoption of new reporting standards bring to a business Our IFRS specialists help our clients stay ahead of developments from the standard setters and guide companies through every stage of the IFRS lifecycle Getting started There are a number of important issues to consider in planning your transition to IFRS such as Understanding the changes affecting financial instruments and other complex areas and how you will be impacted by future changes to IFRS Thinking about the impact on reported performance measures Will your results be more volatile Ensuring you have enough people with the right skills to complete the transition What additional data you will need to collect Can your systems cope Do you have adequate controls in place Assess the tax implications Will this affect the timing of your conversion Getting it right You ve made the decision to convert to IFRS But that s only the first step We can help with the following Determination of headline figures calculations of KPIs remuneration schemes that are based from the new financial information etc Understanding and prioritising the key accounting changes and options Training strategy and coaching support for the IFRS project management team Evaluating project processes controls and deliverables Helping your tax managers to understand the tax impact of the conversion process Embedding IFRS The next stage is about embedding your IFRS approach and transforming it into a more sustainable and efficient procedure Some issues that commonly occur include Not being able to repeat an efficient close under a new set of reporting standards The implications of a new set of reporting standards were broader than anticipated often resulting in unforeseen business consequences Weak processes and internal controls over the production of the new numbers and controls that are not well

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/services/audit-and-assurance/audit-and-accounting/ifrs-reporting.html (2016-02-18)
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  • New Irish GAAP | Audit and accounting | Audit and assurance | PwC Ireland | Services
    changing But for Irish GAAP reporters it s changing in a big way with a new accounting framework to consider Companies preparing financial statements under Irish GAAP have until 31 December 2014 to complete the conversion to their newly adopted accounting framework Potential issues New Irish GAAP or IFRS For some companies the decision will be easy but for others there will be a myriad of factors to consider Navigating the options and business implications can be a minefield After all adopting a new GAAP means changing more than just the numbers New Irish GAAP FRS 102 is relatively similar to existing Irish GAAP However the guidance is more concise with all accounting and disclosure requirements specified within a single standard FRS 102 replaces all existing Irish standards FRSs and SSAPs and UITF abstracts The reduced disclosure framework FRS 101 allows groups reporting under IFRS to have their subsidiaries report using the same recognition and measurement principles but without the effort involved in complying with exhaustive IFRS disclosure requirements The reduced disclosure framework RDF option is equally useful for groups reporting under US GAAP How can we help Our team has experience in helping companies successfully complete the transition to new accounting standards We can help you prepare for New Irish GAAP with Project management support Technical and accounting advice and support tools Advice in relation to accounting and reporting in complex areas such as financial instruments employee benefits and share compensation schemes Training strategy and coaching support for the project management team Learning and change management support Business combinations purchase price allocation Valuation and impairment testing Processes data and systems We can also provide an impact assessment on your most recent Irish GAAP financial statements to focus your adaption efforts and help you plan ahead Audit and accounting Statutory

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  • Rolling forward to FRS 102 | New Irish GAAP | Audit and accounting | Audit and assurance | PwC Ireland | Services
    PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Rolling forward to FRS 102 Preparing your first set of FRS 102 financial statements will take more time and effort than the usual annual process in Irish GAAP Our FRS 102 roll forward service can help Rolling forward in the year of GAAP change is not just a matter of shifting current year numbers into comparative columns and changing the dates in the accounts There are many decisions to make Our roll forward service helps company accountants to tackle those decisions and get them processed We ask clear questions that you can address one by one You retain control We re assemble everything and create a rolled forward set of financial statements ready for you to insert the current year figures and any additional current year disclosures Audit and accounting Statutory audit Corporate reporting IFRS Reporting New Irish GAAP Reporting Impact Assessments for FRS 101 FRS 102 and IFRS Rolling forward to FRS 102 XBRL Accounting advisory Entity governance and compliance Companies Act

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/services/audit-and-assurance/audit-and-accounting/rolling-forward-to-frs102.html (2016-02-18)
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