PricewaterhouseCoopers podcast series explores key issues to help
businesses manage in a downturn: www.pwc.com/ca/strategytalks
TORONTO, April 9 /CNW/ - Current market conditions have resulted in
additional challenges for companies in preparing their financial statements
and related disclosures including asset impairments, valuation issues and
liquidity disclosures. Yet, at the same time, users of financial information
and regulators are seeking increased transparency in financial statements and
related disclosures to understand the risks and business issues companies
To help companies learn more about financial reporting and accounting in
turbulent times, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in Canada launched the fifth
podcast in the Strategy Talks series today. Titled, The Recession's Impact on
the Accounting World, the podcast will explore key accounting related issues
and share strategies companies can use to address them through feature
interviews with PwC thought leaders.
In The Recession's Impact on the Accounting World, Dean Mullet, co-lead
of the Restructuring and Distress Strategy Group and the Credit Crisis Task
Force at PwC, and Helen Mallovy Hicks, a partner in the Valuations group of
PwC's Advisory Practice, speak with Michael Walke, PwC's Audit and Assurance
Group Credit Crisis leader.
Some questions Michael will answer include:
- What are some of the key accounting related issues that companies are
dealing with in these uncertain times?
- Is a down economy a good time to work with an external accounting and
financial reporting advisor?
- What are some of the tools and resources PwC is using to help
businesses deal with accounting issues?
The Strategy Talks podcasts will continue over the coming weeks and months
and can all be found at pwc.com/ca/strategytalks.
Recent podcasts include:
- Surviving the Economic Crisis: PwC's Perspective
- Restructuring in a Down Economy
- How Will a Recession Affect the Value of My Business?
- Why Cash is King in a Tight Economy
PwC Economic and Credit Crisis Task Force
PwC recognizes that a global crisis requires a global and coordinated
The PwC Economic and Credit Crisis Task Force (the "PwC Task Force")
brings together a Canadian team of senior cross-functional experienced
practitioners who understand market volatility and the diverse challenges
facing companies today. By leveraging knowledge, experience and networks, the
PwC Task Force can advise and guide Canadian companies through a multitude of
capital market and economic crisis issues.
PwC thought leaders are available for individual interviews and briefings
on the topics found within the podcasts. For more information please contact
Carolyn Forest, firstname.lastname@example.org, 416 814 5730.
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