Join Matt Tilling on this informative and free 90-minute virtual session running on Wednesday 9th September.
1 free CPE credit is available, simply choose the session suits you best and participate on the day!
Session 1: 12:30 – 14:00 LONDON (BST) - Register here
Session 2: 12:30 – 14:00 WASHINGTON DC EDT - Register here
The IFRS Interpretations Committee (IFRIC) Agenda Decisions have the potential to significantly impact those producing or overseeing financial statements, and provide a useful insight for those reading them.
In the past couple of years the number of Agenda Decisions and their content has increased, along with their prominence. In this short session, Matt Tilling, will introduce the IFRS Interpretation Committee (IFRIC) Agenda Decisions. We will discuss how they are produced, why they are now more important than ever and highlight some of the decisions that have already been published, such as determining lease terms under IFRS 16 and accounting for holdings of cryptocurrencies. We will also look at how you can stay up to date with what is happening. The content is at a high level and will also be of interest to those who just want to learn more about the IFRS and its operation.
Matt Tilling’s career has been focused on IFRS accounting standards, as a technical accountant, academic and trainer. He spent three years as the Director of Education at the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) supporting IFRS implementation around the world before returning to training in the IFRS space. He has previously worked as a technical consultant in a large accounting firm, and also worked in academia (including 5 years as Head of Accounting at the University of Notre Dame, Australia).
Matt has developed and delivered high quality, engaging training content that is focused around aspects of the IFRS standards in a range of contexts and across various levels. He has presented training around the world to multinational companies and government agencies, and on behalf of the World Bank, universities and professional bodies.
Matt has also written a number of textbooks and academic articles in the accounting space.
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