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Publication Monthly GAAP Bulletin – August 2022 A summary of significant accounting, auditing and related updates.
Article RBI proposes new accounting requirements for investments of commercial banks Jatin Kalra shares his thoughts on RBI mandating the use of Indian Accounting Standards (Ind AS) by banks, to align the banking regulations to global benchmarks.
Our publication Future of Audit - Key highlights of the Brydon Report The quality and effectiveness of audit has become an extremely contested issue in recent times. A review around audit quality, the third of such reviews commissioned by the UK Government, was recently completed by Sir Donald Brydon.
Publication Monthly GAAP Bulletin: November 2019 Grant Thornton in India presents a monthly bulletin that summarises significant accounting, auditing and related updates, to meet the needs of dynamic Indian businesses, capturing key developments in India and across the globe.
Insights Insights into Ind AS 116: Lease payments This article on ‘Lease payments’ aims to help you decide which payments need to be recognised in the measurement of the liability and how changes in those payments are recognised.
Thought Leadership Rebuilding investors' confidence through governance In our latest report Rebuilding investors’ confidence through effective governance, we dissect some of the critical aspects impacting investors’ confidence in India and comprehensively cover the regulatory directives towards enhancement of long-term shareholder value.
Our publications Companies (Amendment) Act, 2017: A step forward The Companies Act, 2013 (‘2013 Act’) has undergone quite a few changes since it was first enacted, through rules, orders, circulars and amendments.
Our publications Status of Private Companies under the Companies Act, 2013 “Status of Private Companies under the Companies Act, 2013” – that aims to provide an impact analysis of the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 (‘2013 Act’) on Private Companies, largely due to the exemptions withdrawn, the new reliefs available and the exemptions newly provided by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (‘MCA’).