Center for ControllershipTM
Providing perspectives on the latest developments facing controllers, chief accounting officers, finance leaders, and others in the controllership function.
New revenue recognition standard implementation strategy
June 21, 2017
A blog post by Amy Steele, Audit & Assurance partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP, National Office Audit & Assurance Services
Learn ways to help make audit a part of an effective implementation of the new revenue recognition standard...Continue reading
Demand for transparent IT shared services costs: Opening the allocation black box
June 7, 2017
A blog post by Colleen Whitmore, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP
The “black box” of allocated shared services costs can cause many issues within organizations. As a result, business units may consider looking for alternatives to using internal IT services, which can end up costing the company more in total. Continue reading
Cleaning up the mess under the bed: Why intercompany accounting is increasing corporate risk
May 12, 2017
A blog post by Kyle Cheney, partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP
When I was a teenager, I wasn’t exactly the neatest person on the planet. My father had a military background and this often surfaced in his parenting style, especially when he asked me to clean my room. I had an active sports and social life that left me with limited time for such a mundane task, so my strategy was to shove all my stuff under the bed before the weekly inspection and hope no one noticed. It worked for a while—until it didn’t…Continue reading
Are you ready to administer the new lease accounting standards? (Video)
May 4, 2017
The FASB and IASB’s joint lease accounting standards, which were announced in 2016, have fundamentally changed the rules that govern accounting for substantially all leases. It’s expected that the standard will have far-reaching implications in accounting, finance and reporting, real estate, tax, technology, and other areas.
Is your organization overwhelmed by these changes? Are you struggling with where to begin? If so, you’re not alone.
View our video to learn how Deloitte can help your organization implement a lease accounting process that’s streamlined and efficient—and that can lead to significant transparency and insights.
World-class controllership: Charting your course to success
April 18, 2017
To become world-class—and to meet the CFO’s evolving expectations—controllership must become more proficient, effective, and insightful. Where to begin?
Step 1: Evaluate your ability to deliver core responsibilities.
Step 2: Understand how to expand controllership’s scope to provide greater value to the CFO and the business.
To help support the CFO’s transition from the head of finance to a business leader, the controllership will need to shift from more traditional roles (stewards and operators) to catalysts and strategists. Read our report to learn more about the Four Faces of Controllership and Deloitte Advisory’s proprietary Controllership Navigator framework.
Implementing the new revenue standard (ASC 606 or IFRS 15)
April 4, 2017
A blog post by Mark Horn, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and David Pierce, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
In our conversations with clients about complying with the new revenue reporting standard, we’ve seen that many organizations tend to fall into three broad buckets… Continue reading
Adopting the new revenue standard (a.k.a. the death of comparability)
March 24, 2017
A blog post by Bryan Anderson, partner, Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory, Deloitte & Touche LLP
As they work through the adoption of the new revenue standard, more and more companies are seriously considering—or begrudgingly moving toward—a “modified retrospective” adoption decision... Continue reading
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