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Our series of newsletters provide a summary of accounting and related matters which participants in the real estate sector need to be aware of.
In this issue we cover a number of developments seen since we published Issue 2, in July 2011. These include accounting developments arising from work undertaken by the International Accounting Standards Board, the UK Accounting Standards Board and the Financial Reporting Council and also a number of changes to the UK and European tax environment.
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In our first issue we provide accounting updates on proposed leasing standard and the amendments to IAS 12, a recap of the Carbon Reduction Commitment, and a run through of the regulations set to impact the real estate sector including: Dodd-Frank, FATCA, Basel 3, AIFMD and Solvency II.
Issue 2: July 2011 (PDF 640 KB)In our second issue we cover the four new International Financial Reporting Standards (IAS 10, 11, 12 and 13), the continuing debates on the proposed standards on leases and revenue recognition, the future of UK GAAP and a summary of regulatory issues including: AIFMD, EMIR, and Dodd-Frank.
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