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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.
The ultimate in-depth IFRS learning experience for banks and other financial institutions includes many case studies to enhance your experience. Keep up to date on new standards affecting financial institutions including IFRS 9 and IFRS 15.
This two-day course provides a detailed overview of the major technical issues encountered when accounting for leases under IFRS.
This IPSAS Essentials online 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 level-1 (basic) module on introduction to IPSAS focuses on explaining and illustrating the role of the IPSASB and IPSAS. It covers important concepts such as transparency and accountability and addresses the global harmonization of public sector accounting.
This level-1 (basic) module on long-term (non-current, non-financial) assets introduces and explains the key accounting requirements of the IPSAS accruals basis standards relating to such assets. The module includes coverage of the main recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure requirements, for IPSAS compliant accounting for long-term assets.
This module describes the difference between inventory (current assets) and property, plant and equipment (long-term assets). It explains how to calculate the cost of inventories and the accounting for inventories held for sale versus inventories held for distribution. Presentation and disclosure requirements pertaining to inventories are presented.
This module clearly explains the difference between exchange and non-exchange revenue transactions, allowing you to understand how to correctly classify such transactions. The module includes comprehensive coverage of recognition, measurement and disclosure requirements for both non-exchange and exchange transactions.
This module is focused on explaining the key accrual accounting concepts within the IPSASB Conceptual Framework. Principles-based accrual accounting standards, such as IPSAS, are underpinned by a conceptual framework that provides the broad principles on which the accounting standards are built.
This level-1 (basic) module on financial statement fundamentals focuses on explaining and illustrating the key standards applied for the presentation of IPSAS-compliant financial statements. It therefore includes IPSAS 1 Presentation of Financial Statements, IPSAS 2 Cash Flow Statements, IPSAS 18 Segment Reporting, and IPSAS 14 Events after the Reporting Date.
This level-1 (basic) module on the accounting for employee benefits (IPSAS 25) and other liabilities under IPSAS explain the accounting for a variety of employee benefits and address contributions received in advance, accounts payable, and accrued liabilities. Coverage of recognition, measurement and disclosure requirements as per IPSAS 25 is provided.
This module is explains the recognition criteria and measurement bases for provisions, contingent liabilities, and contingent assets (IPSAS 19). The modules explains what information is required to be disclosed in the financial statements to enable users to understand their nature, timing, and amount of provisions, contingent liabilities, and contingent assets.
This level-1 (basic) module on the accounting for financial instruments. The module therefore provides illustration and explanation of the requirements stipulated in the three IPSAS that apply here; IPSAS 28 Financial Instruments Presentation; IPSAS 29 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement; and IPSAS 30 Financial Instruments: Disclosures.
This module provides comprehensive coverage of the complex issues facing first-time adopters of accrual based IPSAS. Coverage includes the current transitional provisions in IPSAS as well as IPSAS 33. The module will provide guidance on setting up the conversion project, with application demonstrated via practical case studies and examples.
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 two day interactive workshop examines in detail the technical requirements of ASC 718 (FAS 123R) and its implementation issues, including SEC Staff Accounting Bulletin (SAB) 107.
This two day course provides delegates with an in-depth review of US GAAP requirements relating to business combinations.
This five-day course provides a detailed overview of the major technical issues encountered when producing IFRS-compliant 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 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 one-day course is focused on providing an overview of the most important requirements for preparing financial statements and disclosures under accrual based IPSAS with a specific emphasis on employee benefits and provisions.
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 one-day course is your guide through the technical issues surrounding accounting for income taxes under IFRSs (IAS 12).
This two-day course presents the information needed to identify the specific requirements of the new IASB IFRS 17 insurance standard.
This two-day course presents the information needed to identify the specific requirements of the new IASB IFRS 15 and FASB’s Topic 606 revenue recognition standard.
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 three-day course offers an overview of risk management and internal audit in the public sector, drawing upon international best practices. It covers Enterprise Risk Management, integration of risk management with public sector internal audit and public sector audit best practices.
This three-day course focuses on the application of International Financial Reporting Standards and industry accounting practices, in the minerals and mining sector.
This three-day course considers the accounting standards, corporate reporting and financial analysis of upstream oil and gas, with an in depth review of exploration and development accounting under US GAAP and SEC reserves reporting and analysis.