Deloitte & Touche
Investors Want a Clear Story on CECL. Are CFOs Ready to Tell It?
Communicating credit risk model changes to investors may be the most challenging aspect of the new Current Expected Credit Loss accounting standard.
PE Firms Face Growing Scrutiny over Valuations
How fund managers establish, govern, and carry out their valuation process will be increasingly important to PE stakeholders in the next few years.
Deloitte to Pay $149M Over TBW Loan Fraud
The government says the TBW financials audited by Deloitte failed to reflect the mortgage originator's "severe financial distress."
Finance Chiefs Praise Deloitte’s CFO Academy
Participants and the CFOs who send them to the program express passion for the development of future finance leaders.
Bullish on the Economy, Bearish on Expectations
CFOs are optimistic about the U.S. economy under a Trump administration, but are unclear on how their companies will benefit, according to new data.
Cos. Don’t Meld Accounting for Internal Transactions: Poll
Often, such accounting covers transactions among corporate units that cross international borders and currencies.
FASB Requires Timelier Recording of Credit Losses
The big change is being referred to as the institution of 'Day 1 Loss' reporting, according to board member Hal Schroeder.
China Agrees to “Observational Visits” by PCAOB
An agreement between U.S. and Chinese regulators to observe audits of U.S. companies in China is a far cry from full access. But it’s a start in the battle for more transparency.
Stories of Demise of Health Coverage Are Exaggerated
Deloitte research shows that 9% of employers expect to eliminate health benefits within three years. But that result isn’t nearly as sensational as many reports on the research implied.