Stephen Chipman’s Gut Tells Him That the SEC Will Get on Board with IFRS

The Grant Thornton CEO tells Accounting Today he doesn't have any "inside information"; you're just going to have to trust him.

“My sense is that the SEC is getting closer to a position,” he said during an interview with the Accounting Today staff on Tuesday. “I don’t have any inside information. This isn’t based on anything other than intuition, just watching the tea leaves. But I think sometime during this year, they will bring some additional clarity to the way forward. 

If SC's intuition is anything like the intuition in the GT marketing department, then opponents of IFRS don't have much to worrry about.

Grant Thornton CEO Chipman Sees IFRS Decision Coming [AT]

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