ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance), which includes sustainability reporting, is a topic of growing importance for private and public sector alike as stakeholders and investors demand better visibility of the impact organisations are having on the planet and society. Accountants and finance professionals are increasingly being called on to help measure and report on various ESG metrics and to ensure the appropriate disclosures are being made, a task which is unfamiliar to many. IASeminars is committed to growing our portfolio of topics in this important space and are working with experienced teaching faculty on course development. Join our training courses on Accounting for Climate Change; or Green Public Financial Management; or contact us and tell us what you'd like us to teach. If you are commissioning a tailor-made in-house course for your team, get in touch today.
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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.
This course looks at the impact of climate change on financial statements prepared in accordance with IFRS Standards, both today and into the future. Climate change, and the associated impacts are already implicitly addressed in a number of existing standards and there are clear demands that companies explicitly provide this information in their annual reports for 2021. In addition, standard setters, regulators, and investors have already started outlining their expectations for this area in the future, and we will consider what this may mean for financial statements going forward.
This two-day course provides an introduction to, and overview of, sustainability reporting in the public sector.
US GAAP & SEC REPORTING
BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES
ENERGY & EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES