NYU Stern Experts Available for Comment on Accounting Standards Debate
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As accounting policy makers, including the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the Securities and Exchange Commission, continue to discuss a game-changing shift in the world of financial reporting, NYU Stern experts are available to comment on a variety of issues surrounding the possible convergence of U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
How will statement readers reconcile the differences between firms who opt to use GAAP vs. those who use IFRS during this period of transition?
How should educators incorporate IFRS into the accounting curriculum?
Based on the variety of “types” of IFRS – e.g., European IFRS vs. country-specific versions of IFRS – which is the best option for the United States?
Do existing differences between IFRS and GAAP adversely impact global markets?
Are US companies prepared for IFRS compliance?
The following Stern professors are available to provide perspectives and commentary on these issues:
Frederick Choi, international financial reporting expert and chair of NYU Stern’s Accounting Department
Eli Bartov, international and financial accounting expert
Seymour Jones, forensic and international accounting expert
Baruch Lev, financial accounting and corporate governance expert
Stephen Ryan, valuation, risk assessment and financial reporting expert
Paul Zarowin, expert on the relationship between financial accounting data and stock prices