Recognising that our clients want a more focused look at the issues facing their own industry sector, we offer IFRS and US GAAP courses which look at topics in context, such as the world of banking and other financial institutions. We have overviews with specific relevance to this sector. But then we drill down into individual topics, looking at financial instruments, insurance, derivatives and hedging. Contact our experienced Account Managers today to discuss Banking & Finance training whatever your needs, from courses for individuals to bespoke group training.
Thank you for your loyal support during this tough time and for trusting us to deliver your training online in our virtual classrooms. We’ve worked hard to make sure that our virtual courses provide a great training experience. Take a look at our full programme of online events. Topics include - Impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19) on IFRS Financial Statements, Impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19) on US GAAP Financial Statements + IFRS 17 + IFRS 9 + Green
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This course is taught via a live online classroom over 4 sessions, each of 4 hours' duration. The course provides an in-depth analysis of IFRS 9 Financial Instruments to enable participants to apply the principles and assess the business and financial implications of the standard.
This course is taught via a live online classroom over 4 sessions, each of 4 hours' duration. It provides a comprehensive view of the most important accounting and reporting requirements for derivatives and hedging activities under US GAAP.
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.
US GAAP & SEC REPORTING
CAPITAL MARKETS, GOVERNANCE &