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Financial remediation and restatement
Emerge stronger from financial reporting challenges
In today’s fast-changing business environment, companies could face an increased risk of a financial misstatement. Explore our resources for proactive steps that can help you anticipate and respond to remediation issues and financial reporting challenges.
Risky business: Mitigating risks and improving controls in reporting
As the business landscape continues to evolve, the risk of accounting and reporting misstatements continues to rise, often due to the inability to respond to internal and external circumstances. What drives the rising risk, and how should companies mitigate the changing risk profile?
Tune in to our Debriefs webcast to hear examples of misstatement drivers and how companies are responding with tighter integration to the business.
The need for speed in financial governance: Mitigating the risks of misstatement
In the rapidly evolving business landscape, there is an increased risk of needing to restate as a result of financial statement errors, often resulting from a stagnant and unresponsive control environment. What is driving this, and how should companies mitigate the changing risk profile?
Tune in to our Debriefs webcast to hear examples of recent restatement events, what led to them, and how companies are strengthening their control environment, with tighter integration to the business.
Mitigating the risk of a remediation and restatement: A proactive approach to potential issues
During the second quarter of 2021, something unusual happened. More companies issued restatements than the previous year—or any year since 2013. What are the reasons behind the rise in restatements and what can companies do to avert these types of incidents?
Companies must be aware of a growing volume of conditions that can affect business performance, including:
- Changing economic environment
- Digital transformation
- New standards and regulations
- Nonrecurring transactions
- Employee turnover
Read part one of our series to dive deeper into the drivers leading to remediation and restatement activities. And learn how your company can establish a framework to get ahead of restatement risk—one that’s based on people, process, and technology.
Remediation and restatement: Responding to financial reporting issues with purpose
Poll results from a recent Deloitte webcast indicate that companies will likely confront a remediation event at some point. Some of the accounting and financial reporting issues that are often present when the need for remediation arises include:
- Misapplication of complex accounting rules such as those for acquisitions and divestures, investments, revenue recognition, and income taxes
- Revenue recognition errors
- Misclassifications in the income statement and balance sheet, or related to misclassification of cash flows
- Areas involving estimates and valuation
- Equity transactions
If this type of issue arises, what can companies do to emerge successfully?
Read the second part of our series for key action steps you can take to reach a resolution quickly—and head off potential remediation events in the future.
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