• Service: Audit, Financial Statement Audit, Financial Reporting & Accounting Standards, Topics, Business Reporting, Financial Reports
  • Industry: Financial Services
  • Type: Case study
  • Date: 19/11/2013

Bringing clarity to financial statements 

Financial reports are increasingly lengthy and complex – reducing your ability to effectively communicate how your business is performing.
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Even sophisticated readers can find it difficult to understand accounting jargon and identify important disclosures, including whether key financial measures have even been reported.


Bringing clarity to financial statements outlines:

  • considerations for producing a simple, sharp and relevant financial report
  • the reasons why financial statements are cluttered and unclear
  • a case study featuring a streamlined approach.

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