Accounting Standards

Example Definitions of "Accounting Standards"
Accounting Standards. International Financial Reporting Standards
Accounting Standards. United States generally accepted accounting principles as then in effect
Accounting Standards. Accounting Standards means (a) in the case of financial statements and reports, conformity with generally accepted accounting principles and fully and fairly representing the financial condition as of the date thereof and the results of operations for the period or periods covered thereby, consistent with other financial statements of Borrower and Guarantor previously delivered to Lender, and (b) in the case of calculations, definitions, and covenants, generally accepted accounting principles... consistent with those used in the preparation of financial statements of Borrower and Guarantor previously delivered to Lender. View More
Accounting Standards. Means with respect to Vanda, US GAAP (United States Generally Accepted Accounting Principles), as generally and consistently applied throughout Vanda's organization. Vanda shall promptly notify Novartis in the event that it changes the Accounting Standards pursuant to which its records are maintained, it being understood that Vanda may only use internationally recognized accounting principles (e.g. International Financial Reporting Standards, US GAAP, etc.).
Accounting Standards. The IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) as generally and consistently applied throughout Novartis' organization
Accounting Standards. IFRS as applied by Parent consistently across its businesses.
Accounting Standards. Means U.S. GAAP (United States Generally Accepted Accounting Principles).
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