Moore Stephens adds seven member firms in New Zealand
Managing the risks of IFRS conversion (Canada)
Starting in January 2011, CNSX-listed entities – like all Canadian public issuers – will be converting from Canadian generally accepted accounting principles (Canadian GAAP) to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Like any significant project, this carries both risks and opportunities, not necessarily in equal measure for all entities.
Citrin Cooperman joins Moore Stephens
Citrin Cooperman, headquartered in New York City, is the 56th member of MSNA, which includes accounting firms in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean
Moore Stephens Crew Benefits from Alliance with Nautilus
Moore Stephens Crew Benefits Limited (MSCB), product placement providers of niche financial and HR products specifically for Superyacht crew, today announced a strategic new alliance with Nautilus International, a leading nautical international trade union and professional organisation.
Transfer Pricing implications - Australia
The Australian Taxation Office (“ATO”) recently issued draft Taxation Ruling TR 2010/D2 (the “Draft Ruling”) dealing with the application of the transfer pricing provisions to business restructuring by multinational enterprises (“MNEs”).
Expanding our South Africa footprint
Moore Stephens Melbourne - on the move
Moore Stephens warns on MNOPF deficit