ESCO Online Consultation Platform
The European Commission invites stakeholders to contribute with their expertise to the development of ESCO, the multilingual classification of European Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations. ESCO will:      - enhance the functioning of the labour market,     - bridge the communication gap between the world of work and education/training,     - improve cooperation between public and private employment services and education/training institutions,     - reduce skill gaps by finding the jobs matching the skills of people - across borders and languages barriers.  By registering to the ESCO Online Consultation Platform, you can contribute to the terminology and structure of the ESCO vocabulary....

New Romanian translation available online
We are pleased to announce the publication of the following translation: Romanian translation of the 2015 Red Book. The publication is available in print from the Online Shop and in electronic format on eIFRS. eIFRS Professional/eIFRS Comprehensive subscribers can also access this translation from eIFRS (you will be required to provide your login details). eIFRS is updated throughout the year with translations of new and revised Standards, as issued by the IASB, when they become available.  If you wish to purchase an eIFRS Comprehensive or eIFRS Professional subscription please visit the Online Shop.  For more information on the available translations, please visit the Translations Status page. If you are interested in purchasing the available translated publications please visit...


Joint ICAEW and IFRS Foundation Financial Institutions IFRS Conference: implementing the IFRS 9 impairment requirements
We are pleased to announce that the joint ICAEW and IFRS Foundation third annual Financial Institutions IFRS Conference will be held on 15 September 2015 in London, UK. The conference brings together leaders in financial reporting from the financial services sector, regulatory bodies and members of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), as well as accounting professionals and others with an interest in financial reporting by financial institutions. This conference offers a unique opportunity to gain insight and guidance on the implementation and analysis of the IFRS 9 Financial Instruments impairment requirements, which represent fundamental changes in accounting for financial institutions....

The representative of CECCAR, Ms. Adriana Tiron Tudor, was reelected as a member of IFAC’s International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB) for a second term during 2015-2017.
The representative of CECCAR, Ms. Adriana Tiron Tudor, was reelected as a member of IFAC’s International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB) for a second term during 2015-2017.
  IPSASB is responsible for the development of the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSASs), accrual-based standards used for the preparation of general purpose financial statements by governments and other public sector entities around the world. Through these standards, the IPSASB aims to enhance the quality, consistency, and transparency of public sector financial reporting worldwide. The IPSASB also issues guidance and facilitates the exchange of information among accountants and others who work in the public sector and promotes the acceptance of and international convergence to...


FEE is hosting a roundtable on the “Future of VAT”
The Roundtable will discuss the EC’s Cross Border Ruling (CBR) Pilot Scheme. We consider that the scheme allows business to reduce uncertainty in the VAT treatment when considering cross-border transactions and, as such, represents a very useful facility both for business and taxation authorities. FEE believes that the CBR scheme should be continued and expanded and further publicised so that SMEs are also aware of the scheme and encouraged to use it. For more information please visit the FEE...

The works of the CECCAR Congress 2014 „New dimensions and challenges of the accounting profession: Competitiveness, Innovation and Compliance”
The works occasioned by the 20th anniversary edition of the Romanian Accounting Profession Congress are now closed. However, those of you who wish to review the presentations given during the 2-day communications and debates can consult online the communications delivered within the 5 working panels. Please go directly onto the Congress webpage, the Presentations...