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From Ms Jane Fuller and others. Sir, Sir Chips Keswick has perpetuated the defeatist view of international financial reporting standards for banks
From Mr George Lemos. Sir, To answer Sir Chips Keswick, I suggest that Sir David Tweedie meant this: the accounts would show an IFRS-determined profit and regulators would then determine a different one
From Sir Chips Keswick. Sir, On Thursday March 29 you published a letter from Sir David Tweedie concerning International Financial Reporting Standards
From Sir David Tweedie. Sir, John Plender makes the claim that the move from UK accepted accounting principles to international financial reporting standards ‘fundamentally weakened the quality of accounts, especially in banking’