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Given the significant changes to IFRS for Financial Instruments, Revenue and Leases, PwC has partnered with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand to bring you in-depth workshops on the new standards. Benefit from detailed case studies, practical insights and frequently asked questions that should enable you to effectively implement the new requirements.
IFRS 9 introduces significant changes to classification and measurement, impairment and hedge accounting. This half-day intensive session will explore IFRS 9’s impact, which will reach far beyond finance to areas such as credit risk, systems, data, tax and treasury.
The core principle of IFRS 15 is that companies recognise revenue when transfer of control occurs - either over-time or at a point in time. This half-day intensive session will examine how many entities will need to change the way they recognise revenue, especially those that currently apply industry-specific guidance. The changes will have a pervasive business and accounting impact across all industries.
For lessees that have entered into contracts classified as operating leases under IAS 17, the changes brought about through IFRS 16 could have a huge impact on their financial statements. Balance sheets will grow, leverage ratios will deteriorate, and capital ratios will decrease. This half-day intensive session will both explore the fundamental requirements of IFRS 16 and also highlight how companies may need to transform business processes in areas such as finance and accounting, IT, procurement, tax, treasury, legal, operations, corporate real estate and HR.
Hear from the experts and gain practical insights to assist with effective implementation for your organisation or client.