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 Monitor reports?
CR Monitor is used regularly by companies to keep abreast of changes to reporting practices, often with particular emphasis on their peer companies. This service is also used regularly by regulators and practice accountants to maintain a repository of real life examples of reporting practice.
What is a CR Monitor report?
CR Monitor reports are published weekly following a detailed review of the IFRS financial statements of all major public companies; all significant issues noted are published. Monitor reports cover all noteworthy changes to reporting practice and weekly news alerts are issued to our subscribers. CR Monitor reports on companies are issued only where significant issues are noted.
- CR Monitor is the only product of its kind that tracks reporting practices across a wide range of companies
- The analyses presented are always independent from bias and highlight good as well as bad practice
- Wherever possible, the facts are confirmed with the company before publishing
- Reports provide detailed real life extracts from company annual reports
- Issues highlighted provide links to the relevant IFRS standards
- Issues reported are classified using a standard, pre-defined classification