U.S. companies will have to start producing financials for all their British subsidiaries under a new financial reporting rulebook next year, as the United Kingdom phases out its version of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. While most public U.K. companies moved to International Financial Accounting Standards by 2005, private companies and subsidiaries have had the option to remain on U.K. GAAP. In 2015, that will no longer be an option. More details inside.
Source: Risk and compliance