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What is the main purpose of the International Financial Reporting Standards IFRS?
Main purpose is to make the financial statements of public companies consistent, transparent, and easily comparable around the world. So, if you know the IFRS, you have the real chance to be a member of the accounting or finance team in the most powerful companies of the World
IFRS:
5 elements of reporting
$44 / person

29.06.2022 - 16.07.2022
The course "IFRS: 5 elements of reporting" will familiarize you with the main principles of IFRSs. It represents the short overview of what are assets, liabilities, equity, income and expenses from IFRS`s point of view. This course includes also special topics such as revenue recognition (IFRS 15), accounting for leasing (IFRS 16).

BONUS: webinar video "IFRS 9 Financial instruments: Recognition and measurement"
Webinar IFRS 9 "Financial instruments" could be considered as an extension of the course "IFRS: 5 elements of reporting" as IFRS 9 is not a part of the aforementioned course."
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Target audience
accountants
IFRS-reporters
financial specialist
auditors
Speaker
Olga Znachkova


ACCA PhD
IFRS consultant
15 years of experience in banking system
(Ukraine, Austria) – the implementation of IFRS, IFRS reporting preparation

Program
IFRS: 5 elements of reporting
Day 1. Introduction (1.5 h)
1. What do IFRS mean?
2. The elements of IFRS-reports (assets, liabilities, equity, income, expenses)
3. Reporting forms
4. Main principles of IFRS reporting preparation
Day 2. Assets – part I (1.5 h)
1. Assets: recognition and classification
2. Inventories
3. Property, Plant and Equipment
4. Investment property
Day 3. Assets – part II (1.5 h)
1. Non-current assets held for sale
2. Intangible assets
3. Financial assets
Day 4. Liabilities and equity(1.5 h)
1. Liabilities: recognition and classification
2. Loans
3. Provisions
4. Equity, income and expenses
Day 5. Special topics (1.5 h)
1. Revenue recognition
2. Accounting for leasing
3. Income tax
4. Accounting policy
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