Tag Archives: Global Accounting

Analysis of Global Qualifications Coming

State Board Report October 2011 An analysis of the qualification, education and training of accountants in selected countries around the world is being prepared by a team led by Gert H. Karreman of the Center for Business Studies at Leiden University in the Netherlands. At NASBA’s Fourth International Regulators Forum, held in July, Professor Karreman described…

NASBA in Support of Independently Funded Accounting Standard Setting Board

August 5, 2009 — The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) supports the grand ideal of global accounting and auditing standards that are developed by highly qualified representatives of subscribing governments. “These standard setters and any standard setting body to which they’re attached must be truly independent,” noted NASBA President, David Costello, at…

2008 Annual Meeting, Leslie F. Seidman, The Case for Global Accounting Standards

October 28, 2008 International Convergence: Why? A single set of high-quality accounting standards is key to a global reporting system The rest of the world has spoken (not U.S. GAAP) Facilitates world-wide investment Reduces the cost of capital Reduces operational costs See Full Presentation:Global Accounting Standards Report