Translated Publications

ASCA (Jordan) is a specialized body of elite Arab accountants and a professional not-for-profit accounting body that aims at advancing accountancy, management and other relevant subjects at all member states of the Arab League. ASCA also aims at maintaining accountants’ professional independence, ensuring their protection and applying standards of professional supervision to accountants as a means of promoting accounting and auditing. ASCA (Jordan) was officially mandated by IFRS Foundation, IFAC and Wiley (an American company) to prepare IASs, IFRSs, International Standards on Auditing, Assurance and Professional Code of Ethics and IPSAS. In addition, ASCA was appointed by these international organizations as the sole Arab entity to translate into Arabic and distribute all publications issued by them in the Arab world on a periodic basis in order to facilitate understanding and application of those standards by professional practitioners of accounting and auditing. ASCA also participated in the development of control standards related to the performance of accountants and members of professional associations, institutions and organizations that are members of the International Federation of Accountants to secure good performance, as well as compliance with relevant international standards and practices.
International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
International Standard on Quality Management (ISQM)
International Financial Reporting Standard for Small- and Medium-sized Entities  (IFRS for SMEs)    
International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS)
Handbook of International Standards on Auditing and Quality Control (Auditing)
IFRSs (Wiley)
Interpretation and Applicationof IPSAS
The Vest Pocket " Guide to IFRS "
Guide to Quality Control for Small and Medium-Sized Practices 
Guide to Using ISAs in the Audits of Small- and Medium-Sized Entities
International Education Standards (IES)

Handbook of the International Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants 
Enterprise Risk Management ‘Integrating Strategy and Performance (COSO)