International Forum on Accountancy Development (IFAD)
by International Federation of Accountants (IFAC). Completed its work with the publication of GAAP Convergence 2002.
Promote understanding the value of transparent financial reporting, in accordance with sound corporate governance; assist in defining expectations as to how the accountancy profession should carry out its responsibilities to support the public interest; encourage governments to focus more directly on the needs of developing countries and economies in transition; help harness funds and expertise to build accounting and auditing capacity in developing countries; contribute to a common strategy and framework of reference for accountancy development; promote cooperation in the field.Available with paid subscription only.
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