Accounting

To: Carminho Building Products Ltd

From: Rodrigues Accounting

Dear Sir/Madam,
We are submitting herewith our report entitled UK Subsidiary Expansion.
The main purpose of this report is to help Carminho Building Products Ltd decide the potential and suitable site for the formation of a public listed subsidiary. This report will include United Kingdom’s current financial reporting environment and other information that Carminho Building Products Ltd would need in order to make a sound decision with regards to its expansion.
We hope that this report will merit your approval.

Respectfully yours,
Rafaa Hamami

Executive summary

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Table of Contents:

Detail | Page number | Introduction | 3 | FindingsCurrent financial reporting in UKCultural influencesPolitical processesFinancial reporting analyses (Table 1) | 3345 | Conclusion and recommendationTable 2 | 67 | References | 8 |

Introduction

The aim of this report is to investigate aspects which Carminho Building



References: * Summary of ACCA Member Surveys 2011, ACCA, United Kingdom viewed 14 April 2013, <http://www.accaglobal.com/content/dam/acca/global/PDF-technical/financial-reporting/tech-tp-fofr3.pdf>. * Greenwood, M.and De Cieri, H 2005, STAKEHOLDER THEORY AND ETHICS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, Monash University Business and Economics, Melbourne, viewed 14 April 2013, < http://www.buseco.monash.edu.au/mgt/research/working-papers/2005/wp47-05.pdf>. * Deegan, C 2009, Financial Accounting Theory, McGraw- Hill Australia Pty Limited, Australia. * Gaffikin, M 2005, Regulation as Accounting Theory, School of Accounting and Finance, Australia, viewed 14 April 2013, < http://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1049&context=accfinwp>.

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