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Tomorrow’s world: a revolution begins

Companies and other decision-makers use information to navigate through a complex world of risks and opportunities, amid technological advances that are unprecedented in their speed and impact. The world of information and trust is being revolutionised. What do companies and stakeholders need to consider to secure their place in tomorrow’s world?

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Hong Kong IPO market - 2017 interim review and forecast

Hong Kong’s IPO market remained active in the first half of 2017, achieving increases in both number of listings and funds raised. Watch Eddie Wong, Capital Markets Services Partner and Benson Wong, Entrepreneur Group Leader of PwC Hong Kong share their views on the Hong Kong IPO market.

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IFRS / HKFRS News

Pension disclosure, year end disclosure on IFRS 9, what is a contract under IFRS 15, Cannon Street update on insurance, disclosure initiative, conceptual framework and FICE, leases lab introduces discount rate, IFRS 9 article explains significant increase in credit risk and practical implications of IFRIC rejections related to IAS 27 'Consolidated and separate financial statements'

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IFRS / HKFRS News

Ten reminders for interim reporting, alternative performance measures - under scrutiny by regulators, definition of a business, implication of IFRS 2 "Share-based Payment" amendments, IFRS 9 "Financial Instruments" Q&As, Cannon Street Press, leases lab for impact on systems and processes, and practical implications of IFRIC rejections related to IAS 21 "The effects of changes in foreign exchange rates"

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IFRS 16, 'Leases' - Implications for the airlines industry - PwC In the Spotlight

All lease contracts will be landing on the balance sheet of the lessee under IFRS 16. This change is estimated to add trillions of dollars of lease obligations to the balance sheets of airlines word-wide. Most lease obligations are denominated in US-Dollars, with many airlines exposed to additional foreign currency volatility.

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