Company Reporting, a Wolters Kluwer business, is an independent service which reports on constantly changing financial reporting practices of public companies. Influential in the monitoring and development of IFRS reporting, Company Reporting is the primary source of best practice research for professional accountants, regulators and academics.
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Who Uses CR Common Practices reports?
CR Common Practices reports are used regularly by corporate and professional accountants to keep up-to-date with accounting practices of peer companies. This service is also used regularly by regulators and standard setting bodies to understand how accounting rules are being interpreted and applied across a wide sample of companies.
What is a CR Common Practices report?
CR Common Practices track reporting practices across a wide sample of companies and draw broad conclusions on how companies are applying accounting rules. Common Practices cover a wide range of topical accounting areas, particularly those that involve judgement. A number of new accounting areas are covered every month and, like CR Monitor, issued as weekly news updates to subscribers. Over a period of time, CR Common Practices will be available for most topical areas where judgement is necessary.
- CR Common Practices is the only product of its kind that tracks actual reporting practices across a wide range of companies
- The analyses presented are independent from bias and highlight good as well as bad practices
- Covers several topical areas of accounting, particularly those that require judgements or choices under IFRS
- Reports provide a wide range of detailed extracts from company annual reports
- Issues highlighted provide links to actual IFRS standards