Dr. Al Rosen, Mark Rosen

Is financial transparency dead?

What can be done to bring it back?

By Dr. Al Rosen, Mark Rosen | June 24, 2016

4 min read

Dual-class share structures are making a comeback

But not all unequal shares are created equal

By Dr. Al Rosen, Mark Rosen | September 18, 2015

4 min read

SNC-Lavalin was victim of fear

Sell-off of its stock had nothing to do with accounting

By Dr. Al Rosen, Mark Rosen | July 4, 2012

5 min read

Manulife’s billion dollar splashdown

When the Canadian life insurers reported their third quarter results, billions of dollars in red ink flowed. Investors and executives alike were blaming the accounting rules. Frankly, we had to smile.

By Dr. Al Rosen, Mark Rosen | November 8, 2011

6 min read

IFRS issues recall the 2000 crash

First-quarter financial reports will deliver some strange and surprising results courtesy of the new IFRS accounting rules that came into effect for most companies on January 1. And some companies will be working hard to convince you that the new rules will have no adverse impact. That means advisors might have to contend with a certain amount of EBIFRS (earnings before IFRS).

By Dr. Al Rosen, Mark Rosen | April 1, 2011

6 min read