This practical 5-day course, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), gives you a sound understanding of IFRS and brings you up-to-date on the latest technical updates.
This course covers:
- The application of IFRS
- The framework for the preparation of financial statements in accordance with IFRS
- The most significant standards and interpretations that are currently applicable
- Fully up-to-date information that highlights the most recent and newly effective changes
- Expected changes to these standards in the near future
- Outstanding exposure drafts and discussion papers
- The issues involved in transitioning from GAAP to IFRS reporting
In order for today’s organisations to succeed within this volatile market, robust financial reporting is essential. Only organisations that can provide up to-date, transparent and forthright financial reporting will secure future investors and maintain the support of their shareholders and stakeholders. IFRS is therefore increasingly being adopted by global organisations as the most sophisticated and accurate means for disclosing information on financial position and performance within the market.
Join this 5-day course to update your knowledge of IFRS, uncovering how you can improve your future financial reporting.
The growing global acceptance of IFRS as a basis for the preparation of financial statements creates a need for an increasing group of professionals to gain knowledge and experience of these standards. Even those with a basic understanding of IFRS are required to constantly update their knowledge because of the fast evolution of these standards and the growing experience that practitioners require. Russia, China, Japan, Australia, India, Malaysia and many other countries are adopting IFRS or have plans to converge their national standards with IFRS.
This course provides an answer to the continuing and growing need for information and practical guidance in relation to IFRS technical issues.
The course will be structured around case studies, practical examples and exercises.
Who Should Attend
- Financial analysts
- Portfolio managers
- Securities analysts
- Credit analysts
- Pension fund managers
- Investment analysts