The Role and Impact of International Financial Reporting Standards on Cross-Border Financing for a Systemically Important Bank from Macroeconomic Perspectives—Technical Review Research Study

Karina Kasztelnik Ph.D. MBA, CPA, CTP


The author of the study note that the extensiveness of a country’s international accounting disclosure requirements is a good for the overall disclosure extensiveness of the exchange in that foreign country, which, in turn, is bigly correlated with the cost of listing such as United States, Canada, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, France, Japan, and Germany. The United States and the national over-the-counter market have enjoyed significant growth in foreign listing. In absolute terms, the U.S. numbers are even more impressive. As of December 2019, the 1,420 foreign companies whose shares are traded in the United States reparent the largest amount of foreign listings of any major stock exchange in the world., which reflects, at least in part, recognition by multinational entities that the U.S. securities market represents the most efficient market in the world, thus translating into a lower cost of capital for issuer of securities. This technical research review article may support both the public trade companies and policymakers around the World.

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