The latest issue covers key news stories in the banking sectors for the week ended 15 August 2014.
In the headlines
In the headlines provides a summary of new exposure drafts and standards issued by the IASB. The latest issue is #14, 2014/08 - Equity method in separate financial statements - New option for subsidiaries, associates and joint ventures.
Financial Reporting Update
The latest issue is #78 (2014/08): Two recent amendments to asset-related standards about revenue-based amortisation and measurement of bearer plants
It explores the current developments in financial accounting and reporting on USGAAP. The latest issue is #14-36 (2014/08): New Revenue Recognition Standard: Potential Tax Implications
New Revenue Standard
This page provides direct access to the series of materials available on the new revenue standard designed to assist companies with the transition to IFRS 15.
KPMG Board Advisory
This site has been established as a resource for directors of Hong Kong based organisations.
Restructuring Newsletter - Jul 2014
In this issue, we highlight i) The funding of China's urbanization; ii) The changes of the new Hong Kong Companies Ordinance; and iii) KPMG Restructuring news including new wins and appointments.
Investment in China: Numbers and Trends (Q2 2014)
In the report, we look at the prospects for GDP growth, as China’s second quarter GDP met the government’s target of 7.5 percent, and consider what impact the “mini-stimulus” measures have had on China’s economy.
Hong Kong Banking Survey 2014
This is KPMG China's 26th annual survey of Hong Kong banking sector. It analyses the performance of Hong Kong’s banks for the year ended 31 December 2013 and outlines the opportunities and challenges facing the sector.
Interpreting New Interbank Regulations
This report is an interpretation of new interbank regulations which help establish a preliminary regulatory framework for governing interbank activities among financial institutions in China, as well as tackle problems.
Hong Kong IPO Market Update
A publication issued by KPMG China’s Capital Markets Group which reviews the past performance and gives an outlook of the Hong Kong IPO market.