This one or two-day day workshop focuses on recent changes to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) expected to most impact companies in 2014. Through the use of interactive class discussion questions and practical examples, this "hands-on" technical course gives participants an understanding of these recently issued standards and implementation issues related to their adoption.
Using our library of IFRS training materials, we assemble a tailored, modular training designed to teach participants the requirements of IFRS based on their individual needs. This includes recognition and measurement of key financial statement line items, as well as presentation and disclosure requirements, to ensure that the financial statements are in accordance with IFRS. Depending on time and/or cost constraints, we can further tailor courses by adding case studies and illustrations, usually taken from your annual report, that reflect the accounting issues impacting your company. We can even add excerpts of accounting policies and/or journal entries to the training, to ensure that key areas important to your company are emphasized.
This course is an introduction to accounting and reporting for financial instruments under IAS 32, IAS 39 and IFRS 7, with highlights of future requirements related to IFRS 9 in each module. The two-day course will introduce the instruments and transactions within the scope of these standards and include an introduction and thorough discussion of the most widely relevant issues surrounding its implementation. Issues covered include those that are relevant to ALL INDUSTRIES applying IFRS. The course will emphasize essential learning points through the use of practical examples, class discussions, and review of financial statements.
A one-day course geared towards those who have already attended the "Financial Instruments under IFRS" introductory course or those with a fundamental understanding of IAS 32, IAS 39 and IFRS 7. The course focuses on recent changes with respect to accounting and reporting for financial instruments in accordance with IFRS 9. In addition to recent changes, additional time is allotted to “hot topics, i.e. advanced issues or areas in which regulators, standard setters and industry leaders have recently focused their attention.
GAAP Seminars Boot Camp is an adaptable IFRS accreditation program that can be customized and implemented at any company or service provider looking to obtain a core-level of IFRS knowledge within its organization. Along with the inevitable global movement towards IFRS comes an inherent commitment by each entity to train its people on the "new GAAP". Our accreditation program provides a structure for fulfilling this training commitment.
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