This two-day course provides a comprehensive view of the most important accounting, reporting and disclosure requirements for financial instruments under IPSAS 28-30 and making linkages between the IPSAS and the corresponding IAS/IFRS.
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 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 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 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 30 day, online learning course provides a detailed overview of the technical requirements and rules involved in producing US GAAP financial statements.
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 three-day course presents the information needed to identify the specific requirements of the new IASB IFRS 17 insurance standard.
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 IPSAS Essentials self-study online course reviews the key accounting requirements of IPSAS accruals basis standards. Over 9 modules 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 course is taught via a live online classroom over 2 sessions, each of 4 hours' duration. Banks are involved in applying rules introduced in the finalised December 2017 Third Basel Accord. Our course provides a robust technical overview of the framework rules, how they are being brought into law and their implications for banks’ business models.
Governments are signing up to challenging climate change action targets, and other ‘green’ objectives, with considerable implications for public financial management. This course reviews current thinking and best practice across the public sector and public finance functions enabling you to assess your and your organisations’ priorities and development needs.