We know that compliance with US GAAP is not just an issue for corporations located in the US. In this global economy, businesses across the world who have a parent or group company reporting under US GAAP. International accountants need skills across US GAAP, IFRS as well as possibly a local GAAP. We have therefore taken our US GAAP courses outside of the US - to Europe and the Middle East - and also online. Our US GAAP courses can be a general overview, an update or a specific and detailed look at a single issue. Contact our experienced Account Managers today to discuss US GAAP 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
Live virtual courses delivered using technology and many years of experience to present informative and interactive online training.
Delivered in premier locations worldwide, allowing you to interact with your lecturer and fellow participants in a face-to-face environment.
Bespoke in-house training solutions are delivered virtually or face to face, and are tailored to address the issues that matter most to your team.
Flexible and interactive online training courses which allow you to learn at a time and pace which suits you. 30 days of instructor support, 12 months access.
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 30 day, online learning course provides a detailed overview of the technical requirements and rules involved in producing US GAAP financial statements.
This course is taught via a live online classroom over 4 sessions, each of 4 hours' duration. The course explains how to account for, and disclose, the effects of coronavirus in US GAAP financial statements. Its interactive approach provides participants with as effective a learning experience as face-to-face courses.
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