This two-day course provides a comprehensive view of the most important accounting and reporting requirements for derivatives and hedging activities under US GAAP.
This three-day interactive workshop is an overview of the major technical issues involved in IFRS and the critical differences between IFRS and US GAAP.
This two-day program provides a comprehensive understanding of, and hands-on practice in, applying the IFRS requirements on business combinations and on acquiring interests in joint arrangements and associates.
This two-day course examines in detail international accounting issues and their effect on electric utility companies ('utilities').
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 one-day course focuses on the management accounting and reporting issues facing companies in the international oil and gas industry, both generally and with particular reference to the conduct of operations under production sharing agreements.
This one-day course provides an introduction to both the external and internal accounting issues confronting participants in oil and gas joint ventures, including procedures between the operator and partners, conveyances and application of IFRS 11.
This two-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 course includes comprehensive coverage of accounting for pensions and other employee benefits under US GAAP.
This one-day course is your guide through the technical issues surrounding accounting for income taxes under IFRSs (IAS 12).
This three-day course focuses on the application of International Financial Reporting Standards and industry accounting practices, in the minerals and mining sector.
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.