IFRS 15 for sectors

IFRS 15 for sectors

We look at the sector-specific impacts of the new revenue standard, IFRS 15.

We look at the sector-specific impacts of the new revenue standard, IFRS 15.

How does the new revenue standard affect your sector?

The new revenue standard, IFRS 15, could prompt significant changes to many businesses across a variety of industry sectors.  Our IFRS 15 sector publications can help guide you through some of the potential changes affecting your line of business.

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IFRS 15 for telcos

IFRS 15 could bring significant change for the telecommunications sector.

 
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KPMG IFRS 15 (new revenue standard) for housebuilders publication image: a street of newly constructed homes

IFRS 15 for housebuilders

The new standard could affect financial statements and business processes for housebuilders.

 
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KPMG IFRS 15 (new revenue standard) for power and utilities image: A thermal power station next to a body of water.

IFRS 15 for power and utilities

We look at possible impacts of IFRS 15, actions that may be needed, and how KPMG can help.

 
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KPMG IFRS 15 (new revenue standard) for transport publication image: busy train station concourse

IFRS 15 for transport

Loyalty programmes and rebates are among the areas affected by the new revenue standard.

 
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KPMG IFRS 15 (new revenue standard) for food, drink and consumer goods (FDCG) companies: soft drink bottles on a shelf.

IFRS 15 for consumer goods

How might food, drink and consumer goods companies be affected by the new revenue standard?

 
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IFRS 15 (new revenue standard) for insurance flyer image: child pushing battered wooden toy car

IFRS 15 for insurers

Insurers should prepare for the impact on their business of the new revenue standard.

 
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KPMG Impacts on the construction industry of the new revenue standard (IFRS 15) publication image: two architects discussing blueprints at a construction site

IFRS 15 for construction

IFRS 15 could bring significant change for the construction sector.

 
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