New UK accounting rule FRS 17 will force companies to disclose pensions liabilities on corporate balance sheets. The risk management issues are wide-ranging, and experts have few easy answers. Furthermore, the new rule could soon be adopted in a number of countries.
Source: Operational Risk & Regulation | 01 Mar 2002
Topics: British Telecom, Rob Dwyer, Basel II, Defined benefit, Deutsche Bank, Disclosure, Ernst & Young, Financial Reporting Standard (FRS) 17, Pension funds, Statement of Total Recognised Gains and Losses (STRGL)
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