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CRE technology professionals wear a number of hats. My last post on this site addressed how CRE technology professionals can support their organizations’ M&As. Here, I’ll delve into how we can support industry governance — the hot issue on this topic right now is FASB/IASB requirements. If you are not familiar with these requirements, you are not alone. […]


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CRE technology professionals wear a number of hats. My last post on this site addressed how CRE technology professionals can support their organizations’ M&As. Here, I’ll delve into how we can support industry governance — the hot issue on this topic right now is FASB/IASB requirements. If you are not familiar with these requirements, you are not alone. […]

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Proposed FASB/IASB Changes: What CRE Should Know

CRE technology professionals wear a number of hats. My last post on this site addressed how CRE technology professionals can support their organizations’ M&As. Here, I’ll...

Changes To Lease Accounting: What Do Facility Managers Need To Know?

Changes to lease accounting standards may affect companies that lease equipment and real estate as part of their day-to-day operations, including those in the construction industry. Because the topic is of such critical importance and it can seem complex to many, William G. Sutton has written this article.

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