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 three-day course presents the information needed to identify the specific requirements of the new IASB IFRS 17 insurance standard.
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 interactive course will enable managers in the private and public sector to understand and apply a range of standards and tools underpinning Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting. This course includes practical work with a number of key standards and frameworks used for ESG disclosures and reporting.
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.
How do companies decide what ESG information they will measure, track, and report? Why do companies choose some disclosures over others? In this course, we will survey the SASB disclosures and direct our focus toward the SASB Materiality Map. We will explore how to establish that which is material to a company or portfolio based on SASB guidance.
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 five-day course provides a detailed overview of the major technical issues encountered when producing IFRS-compliant financial statements.
This two-day course brings delegates up-to-date with the impact of coronavirus on 2020 financial statements, practical experience of applying IFRS 16 Leases, published amendments to Standards and current Exposure Drafts.
This 2-day course delivers in-depth coverage of accounting for financial instruments under IFRS 9, the IASB’s new
standard for 2018. In particular, it focuses on the changes from IAS 39 relating to classification and measurement of financial assets, impairment under the expected credit loss model and hedge accounting.