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This 50-day, eLearning immersion workshop provides a detailed review of all significant IFRS requirements, with detailed explanations and examples.
This two-day course provides an in-depth coverage of IFRS 9 Financial Instruments to enable participants to assess the business and financial implications of adopting the new standard.
This five-day course provides a detailed overview of the major technical issues encountered when producing IFRS-compliant financial statements.
This five-day course provides a comprehensive overview of the most important requirements for understanding and applying International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) under the accruals basis.
In 2015 the IPSASB will release IPSAS 33, First-time Adoption of Accrual Basis IPSAS to replace the transition guidance currently within individual Standards. This two-day course provides a comprehensive guide to the transitional provisions and implementation guidance under IPSAS, both as currently applied and under the new Standard.
This 20-day, eLearning course is a clear and concise introduction to key technical issues involved in understanding and applying IFRSs.
This 30 day, eLearning course provides a detailed overview of the technical issues faced in producing US GAAP financial statements.
This two-day course examines the most important presentation and disclosure requirements for preparers of IPSAS accruals based financial reports. In addition to describing the principal presentation and disclosure requirements it includes a comprehensive review of the recently issued Recommended Practice Guidelines relating financial reports.
This one-day course provides an in-depth understanding of IPSAS definitions, measurement, recognition and disclosure requirements for financial reporting on revenues (exchange and non-exchange) under IPSAS as well as considering the accounting by grantors for the giving of non-exchange revenue to others.
This two-day overview course reviews the key accounting requirements of the IPSAS accruals basis standards. We look at the main presentation and disclosure requirements, application of the accruals concept and the key recognition and measurement standards, focusing on areas of key importance to public sector entities.
This one-day course brings delegates up-to-date with the latest pronouncements from the International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB), which focuses on the accounting and financial reporting needs of national, regional and local governments, related governmental agencies, and the constituencies they serve.
This practical and interactive three-day course will help managers to develop their financial awareness, to understand the financial implications of business decisions and to communicate effectively and confidently on financial matters.
This workshop provides an in depth review of accounting and financial management practices as applied by IFRS reporters in the upstream oil and gas industry. It focuses on areas of diversity and compares to benchmark accounting practices found in US GAAP for accounting for exploration activities, reserves reporting and conveyancing.
This three-day course provides a detailed overview of the technical issues faced in producing US GAAP financial statements.
This three-day course offers a thorough review of Internal Audit, from the inception up to the modern Internal Audit concepts as being implemented in the actual business models going through the Standards issued by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), Internal Controls, Risk Assessment, Fraud and Internal Audit Reports.
This five-day course covers in-depth analysis of financial statements and approaches to debt and equity valuation. The course is relevant to those performing valuations whatever the reason, such as tax, litigation, regulatory compliance, M&A and financial reporting.
This two-day course examines recent and likely future developments in US financial reporting.
This two-day course provides a detailed, practical guide on how to analyse a company’s financial performance and condition through the reading and interpretation of its financial statements.
This two-day course brings delegates up-to-date with newly effective and newly issued IFRSs including Interpretations, recent amendments to existing Standards and Interpretations, Exposure Drafts and other recent developments.
This highly interactive three-day course explores financial reporting practices under IFRS for financial institutions through the use of case studies, exercises, model financial statements and break-out sessions.
This five-day course provides an in-depth review of financial statement fraud – what it is, who commits it, assessing fraud risks, developing responses, common fraud schemes, and detection and investigation methods.
This two-day workshop provides an in-depth review of MD&A – topics, disclosure rules, interpretive guidance, accounting hot topics, peer company analysis, and “how to” practical tips.
This two-day course provides an in-depth coverage of US GAAP as it relates to financial instruments.
This two-day course focuses on developing the skills to effectively comply with both current and upcoming IFRS presentation and disclosure requirements (e.g. relating to financial risk and policies of risk management).
This three-day workshop provides delegates with Canadian companies a comprehensive guide to SEC reporting.
This two-day course provides a comprehensive view of the most important accounting and reporting requirements for derivatives and hedging activities under IFRS (IAS 39 and IFRS 9) and the disclosure requirements under IFRS 7.
This two-day course provides a detailed overview of the major technical issues encountered when accounting for leases under IFRS.
This two-day course provides a comprehensive view of the most important accounting and reporting requirements for derivatives and hedging activities under US GAAP.