A Global Call for International Public Sector Accounting Standards

Frans van Schaik | August 9, 2016 | 1

The global economy does not need any more sovereign debt surprises, especially as countries need to know more about each other’s financial positions and performance than ever before. To overcome this problem, Frans van Schaik, the Global Leader Public Sector Accounting and Auditing at Deloitte, calls for governments to use International Public Sector Accounting Standards. 

Frans van Schaik

Global Leader Public Sector Accounting and Auditing, Deloitte

Frans van Schaik is a Netherlands certified public accountant with 18 years professional experience. He is a Deloitte accounting and auditing partner, serving as an advisor in IPSAS (International Public Sector Accounting Standards) implementation to national governments and intergovernmental organizations. He served on the IPSAS Board for 6 years and is a Professor of Management Accounting at the University of Amsterdam. He regularly speaks at IPSAS seminars and courses worldwide. See more by Frans van Schaik

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Cecilia Ramos September 18, 2016

En una conferencia que dió el SR. Agistín Cartnstens el gobernador del Banco de México, decía que como el Banco no es precisamente un negocio privado, o NO ES UNA EMPRESA COMERCIAL, entonces el BANCO DE MEXICO, PODIA O NO, IMPLEMENTAR LAS NORMAS DE INFORMACION FINANCIARA EN SUS PROCESOS Y REPORTES.Decia "ya que el BANCO TIEN UNA ESTRUCTURA DIFERENTE DE UNA EMPRESA COMERCIAL, EL BANCO EN SUS PROCESOS Y SUS INFORMES NO SE APEGA A LAS NORMAS DE INFORMACION FIANNCIERA INTERNACIONALES" Pregunto: es posibl esto ????? gracias

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