Confidence Accounting is a proposal to use distributions, rather than discrete values, where appropriate in auditing and accounting. In a world of Confidence Accounting, the end results of audits would be presentations of distributions for major entries in the profit & loss, balance sheet and cash flow statements. The proposed benefits of Confidence Accounting include a fairer representation of financial results, reduced footnotes, more measurable audit quality and a mitigation of mark-to-market perturbations.
The event will aim to look into the applications for confidence accounting in financial services and beyond as well as discuss its costs and benefits.
|Date:||22 Mar 2013|
|Duration:||4.00pm - 6.00pm|
|Venue:||ACCA head office, 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields|
|London WC2A 3EE|
|Booking:||Event outline & booking information|
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