The trend toward convergence of accounting standards seems to be picking up speed after a bumpy start, but there are still plenty of hurdles ahead.

At a conference on convergence last week, Robert Herz, chairman of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, said he favored a single set of standards and rejected the idea of a U.S. version of international financial reporting standards (see FASB Favors Single Accounting Standard).

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