Welcome to IFRS Reporting
IFRS represents the accounting language in the global marketplace, and is required or permitted in over 150 countries worldwide. This common language encourages and enables cross border investment by lowering the cost of capital and reducing barriers. A related need is for preparers, auditors, accountants and regulatory authorities to interpret and apply IFRS appropriately and consistently. The publications and other resources on this website bring together DMC’s experience from around the world with the practical application of IFRS, based on questions and issues that have arisen in practice, particularly for the recent new IFRSs for revenue, financial instruments and leases.
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