(New York/July 24, 2009) – Governments and regulators need to step up initiatives to promote convergence to global accountancy and auditing standards—and they need to do so quickly—according to over 60 leaders of the accountancy profession who attended the International Federation of Accountants’ (IFAC’s) G20 Accountancy Summit on July 23 and 24 in London. The summit was organized to achieve consensus by the profession on a series of recommendations to be made to the G20 leaders prior to their meeting in September on issues related to the financial crisis.
The Government has appointed Dr Arthur Galea Salomone as the new Chairman of the Malta Stock Exchange plc.
Oslo Børs VPS Holding reports earnings of NOK 72.4 million for the second quarter of 2009
GAAP Net income of R$188.1 million for the second quarter of 2009 was up 13.9% from the same period a year earlier
OSE is in process of preparing for the introduction of a new derivatives trading system
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Bursa Malaysia, CME Group develop a robust derivatives market
The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) approved the listing of the 5 ETFS Metal Securities Series.
NZX HY result 2009 - profit of $60m for the first half