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Video: Thoughts from the Summit – David Brown

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Lease accounting changes – are you prepared?

Posted by: David Brown Head of Lease Administration, Asia Pacific One of the biggest legacies of the global financial crisis has been the elevation of CRE as the “C-suite” became more focused on real estate costs. I think the next big shift will come about as a result of the global lease accounting changes, which [...]

The Balance of Probability

Posted by: Tony Wyllie Head of Corporate Solutions, Australia The days of operating leases (off balance sheet) versus finance leases (on balance sheet) may be coming to and end with the proposed changed in the International Accounting Standards. Under the new standards all leases will need to be accounted for on balance sheet. Whilst the [...]

Lease Accounting – It’s Not Just Real Estate

Vivian Mumaw Product Innovation and Lease Administration I agree with Mindy’s observations from the lease accounting session yesterday and want to offer some additional food for thought.  As Mindy has pointed out many times, the FASB accounting rule changes do not affect only real estate leases, but also leases on vehicles and equipment. This may [...]

Wake Up Call on Lease Accounting

Mindy Berman Capital Markets The CoreNet Global Summit session on FASB lease accounting changes was standing-room only, with well over 100 professionals showing up to find out how this change will affect their businesses. The moderator, Jones Lang LaSalle’s own Kenneth Rudy, asked for a show of hands to determine how many people were familiar [...]