Start 25.4.2018 until 1.4.2018
For 5 Days is £3200
For 10 Days is £5800
Financial reporting standards have been in the spotlight since the banking crisis, more specifically those requiring the measurement of financial assets and liabilities at fair value. In September 2009, G20 leaders in Pittsburgh asked the accounting standard setters IASB and, its US counterpart, the FASB to work towards a single set of high quality global accounting standards by June 2011. Convergence, however, is proving challenging and is likely to be pushed back.
The course aims to provide you with an understanding of the regulation of financial reporting by different international entities, an understanding of the conceptual framework for financial reporting, and grounding in the requirements of key accounting standards, which affect financial reporting by virtually all business entities.