Aspects on improving the financial reporting framework
Access to financing from capital markets is conditional on fulfillment of financial communication, accounting rules set by local authorities. But accounting rules in each country depends on national traditions, accounting as a social phenomenon, strongly conditioned by cultural factors, broadly (ie economic, social, legal, fiscal, political and even religious in each country). In October 2002, international accounting standardization (IASB: International Accounting Standards Board) and American (FASB: Financial Accounting Standards Board.) signing an agreement on that date (called the "Norwalk" FASB agreement ) with the purpose to ensure a greater convergence of accounting frameworks issued by two accounting regulatory bodies.
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