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For many years the IASB and FASB have been working on joint projects which has resulted in the issue of new standards in respect of revenue recognition, financial instruments and leases. This course provides an overview of those new standards. The IASB has also been working on its own standards recently issuing a standard on insurance accounting – again an overview of the standard is provided in the course. The period of joint collaboration with the FASB has now ended and the two boards are now working on their own projects. This course provides an insight into the projects currently being worked on by the IASB.

Corporate reporting 1

This course provides an overview of the requirements of FRS 101, a summary of the disclosure exemptions, identifies the recent updates to FRS 101 and considers the practical implementation issues associated with its adoption.

Corporate reporting 1

This course is part of a series dealing with accounting under FRS 102 The Financial Reporting Standard Applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland. It primarily considers the requirements of section 17 property, plant and equipment and section 16 investment property, but also includes elements of section 25 borrowing costs and section 27 impairment of assets.

It considers all aspects of the accounting for property, plant and equipment from initial recognition to subsequent accounting as well as the nature of and accounting for investment properties.

Corporate reporting 1

This course is part of a series of online courses dealing with accounting under FRS 102 The Financial Reporting Standard Applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

Many UK entities are faced with the challenge of preparing their statutory financial statements under FRS 102, then preparing corresponding US GAAP information for their US parent company. There remain substantial differences between FRS 102 and US GAAP, and these are exacerbated by the decision of the FRC not to include any changes in respect of IFRSs 9,15 & 16 into FRS 102 as part of the First Triennial Review.

This course considers the key differences between FRS 102 and US GAAP to help bridge this information gap.

Corporate reporting 1.5

Although there is a simplified framework for small entities, a micro entity requires further simplification of financial reporting. FRS 105 is designed to replace the FRSSE and provide that simplification. It reduces the content of a set of accounts, simplifies the format of those accounts, and removes complexity and unnecessary choice from the accounting framework. This course provides an overview of the key requirements of FRS 105 by considering qualifying criteria, account formats and key accounting requirements of FRS 105.

Corporate reporting 1

The following presentation looks at IAS 1, Presentation. This is a basic standard containing important questions about the main financial statements required for reporting under International Financial Reporting Standards.

Corporate reporting 1

This course will benefit those who have some experience of international standards, either from their professional exams or in the workplace, and who are in need of a refresher on group accounting. Following the recent issues of the new group accounting standards IFRS 10 Consolidated financial statements, IFRS 11 Joint arrangements and the update to IFRS 3 Business combinations, there have been some significant changes to how we account for entities within the group.

Corporate reporting 1

Revenue recognition is a something that effects as all and in 2018 it is changing. There will be far more explicit consideration of components in a bundled package together with the associated timing and amount of revenue allocated to each component. The new standard may create change for an organisation not just in turns of revenue but also in terms of legal contracts, IT systems and interaction between the sales function and accounting function. This courses provides an overview of the new revenue framework of IFRS 15 and considers the practical aspects of its implementation.

Corporate reporting 1

The IASB has issued the new leases standard, IFRS 16 which come into effect on 1 January 2019. Virtually every company uses rentals or leasing as a means to obtain access to assets and will therefore be affected by the new standard.

The new requirements eliminate nearly all off balance sheet accounting for leases and redefine many commonly used financial metrics such as the gearing ratio and EBITDA. This will increase comparability, but may also affect covenants, credit ratings, and borrowing costs.

The new standard may affect lessor’s business models, as lease needs and behaviours of lessees may change, and may also accelerate existing market developments in leasing such as an increased focus on services rather than physical assets.

These changes will also require significantly more data around their leases than before, which may have far-reaching impact on lessee’s business processes, systems and controls.

The earlier you begin to understand what impact the new standard may have on your organisation the better prepared you will be in implementing.

Corporate reporting 1

The two key players in a significant amount of financial reporting development are undoubtedly the IASB and the FASB. The course provides a comparison of the two reporting frameworks in terms of general reporting requirements and specific accounting treatments. This course will therefore provide a useful context with which to understand current development and create an awareness of the financial reporting challenges for groups with component reporting under each of the frameworks.

Corporate reporting 1.5

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