IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards)
The growing global acceptance of IFRS as basis for the preparation of financial statements of large and medium large entities creates a need for an increasing group of professionals to gain knowledge and experience of these standards. Even those with 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. As of 2005 approximately 9000 listed European companies transferred to IFRS-reporting. Russia, China, Canada, Japan, and many other countries are adopting IFRS or have plans to converge their national standards with IFRS.
In order for today’s leading organisations to succeed within this volatile market, robust financial reporting is essential. Only those 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 organisations globally as the most sophisticated and accurate means for companies to disclose information on its financial position and performance within the market.
This course aims to provide 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 / Investment Analysts
· Pension Fund Managers
The course costs £1,000 per delegate (with a 10% discount for multiple delegates). Join us from the week commencing 11th September 2017, to update your knowledge and uncover how you can impact on your future financial reporting.
For more information you may visit our IFRS site and find out how this course can change your professional career. Following this link will also give you the option to Register to this course by completing a form (it should only take 5mins to complete). Additionally you may view the course outline by selecting, IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards).