Life Sciences assurance services
You can count on us to provide different types of assurance services to help validate critical information being communicated to an entity’s stakeholders.
Additionally, our assurance professionals leverage the skills and knowledge of our entire life sciences practice to bring a clear perspective and relevant insight to management, audit committees and other key stakeholders.
We can provide attestation services as required by global or local regulations including:
- Financial statement attestation (including compliance with SEC reporting requirements and IFRS)
- Fraud, investigation and dispute services, including contract dispute and royalty reviews
- Internal control compliance attestation
- Assistance with mergers and acquisitions, including buy-side and sell-side due diligence
- Financial accounting advisory services
- Performance of agreed upon procedures and related reporting
- Climate change and sustainability reporting
- IPO readiness assessments
- Government contract and grant compliance attestation
Proposed amendments to new revenue guidance on licenses and performance obligations would affect life sciences entities.
Join us on 15 June for a discussion on the implications of the new revenue recognition standard for life sciences companies and how companies should plan for implementation.
This edition highlights the latest developments in financial reporting for Q4 2014 including highlights from the AICPA National conference, accounting updates and regulatory developments.
The new revenue recognition standard will supersede virtually all revenue recognition guidance in US GAAP and IFRS.
The new revenue recognition standard is more principles-based than current revenue guidance and will require life sciences entities to exercise more judgment.
Learn how final regulations issued by the IRS will change the way pharma manufacturers account for the annual branded prescription drug fee.
This edition highlights the latest developments in financial reporting for the life sciences industry and alerts you to some important considerations for 2014.
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