More than 100 countries on all five continents require or permit the use of IFRS. Major economies in Asia-Pacific, North America and Latin America have set out a time line towards the full adoption of IFRS.
We have moved our experts - such as Pascal Jauffret for instance who leads our team - from Europe to the Asia Pacific region, to support the Asian conversion towards IFRS. This way, Mazars can provide you with existing knowledge and previous extensive experience of IFRS applications.
Whether you are already compliant or planning to adopt IFRS, Mazars can help you.
Mazars in Asia Pacific offers of full range of IFRS services across the region for corporate and individual customers.
- Mazars India can assist with early diagnostic of major differences. They are able to offer you the following services: Initial IFRS Impact Assessment, Project support and tailored training programmes.
- Mazars Indonesia emphases Indonesian companies should importantly consider the following dates, First annual set of IFRS account - December 31, 2012; Comparative information to be translated - year to December 31, 2011; Opening balance sheet required - January 1, 2011 (effectively December 31, 2010). Using a gradual strategy, some IFRS should be implemented in the current year. Whether you are already compliant or planning to adopt IFRS, Mazars Indonesia can help you.
- Mazars Malaysia notes that on 1st August 2008, the Financial Reporting Foundation (FRF) and Malaysian Accounting Standards Board (MASB) announced their plan to bring Malaysia to full convergence with IFRS by 1 January 2012. Whether you are already compliant or planning to adopt IFRS, Mazars can help you.
- Mazars Singapore’s transition/conversion methodology to IFRS can briefly be summarized as follows: Tailored solution; Integrated team approach; Milestone planning; Issues management and communication. Whether you are already compliant or planning to adopt IFRS, Mazars can help you.
- Mazars Thailand note the Federation of Accounting Professionals (‘FAP’) and the Securities and Exchange Commission of Thailand (‘SEC’) have given a scheduled timeline for Stock Exchange of Thailand (‘SET”) listed companies to become fully compliant with Thai Accounting Standards (‘TAS’) adopted from IFRS. Whether you are already compliant or a First-time adoption of IFRS, Mazars can help you.