The international and US accounting standards bodies are both adjusting their mark-to-market rules in favour of politicians and bankers. FASB did it last month. IASB is working on it as quickly as they can. And yet, the two cannot agree on just how far they should bend over backward for the special interests. After pressureContinue reading “IASB and FASB can’t get on same page”
The FASB is expertly highlighting its growing irrelevance by agreeing to change mark-to-market to mark-to-sorta-market-but-not-really-because-banks-don’t-like-having-to-write-down-their-worthless-derivatives-to-fair-value.