A new academic study takes issue with claims that U.S. companies would benefit from adopting International Financial Reporting Standards.
The study finds that the high-quality accounting infrastructure already in place for U.S. GAAP would likely see little upside from a transition to IFRS, as envisioned by the SECs proposed roadmap, which the new SEC commissioner has not yet approved.
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