Using financial statements proactively

While central banks have almost universally adopted the publication of audited financial statements as an element of their accountability framework, they still face challenges with the effectiveness of these statements as measures of their performance. In seeking a framework to support this enhanced transparency central banks are increasingly moving to adopt accounting frameworks that enjoy national or international recognition. The growing worldwide adoption of International Financial Reporting

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