Would you like to be familiar with the world of IFRS or would you like simply to refresh your knowledge?
Let us draw your attention to our 4 days training course entitled IFRS from the basics, within which we offer you an overall introduction into the basics of International Financial Reporting Standards.
Who is it intended for?
This seminar is primarily intended for financial and accounting professionals who have the basic (Hungarian) accounting knowledge and they would like to deepen it with information on international accounting. The seminar is intended not only to beginners but to those who would like to refresh their knowledge on IFRS and know about the latest changes and their impacts
The purpose of the seminar is to give an overall picture on the IFRS framework with special emphasis on the areas, which represent a difference between the Hungarian and international regulations.
The seminar covers, among others, the following areas:
IFRS framework, introduction of financial statements, accounting policies, estimates and errors, subsequent events, tangible assets, intangible assets, investment property, borrowing cost, impairment
inventories, provisions, revenue recognition, deferred tax, construction contracts, employee benefits, share based payments, knowledge and use of standards, business combinations, consolidation, accounting of associates and joint-ventures.
calculation of deferred tax, bases of financial instruments, impacts of changes in exchange rates, financial, operative and embedded leases, interim report, future of IFRS
Date of the training:
|Group 1||1-2. day||12-13 October 2015|
|3-4. day||12-13 November 2015|
Duration: 4 days/ 28 hours
Price: HUF 240.000 per person
Discounts: We give a discount of 15% if more than three participants from the same company register for a program. We grant a 10% discount to PwC Alumni. We provide a special discount to private individuals whose training is not funded by an employer.
* In case of sufficient number of participants, the program will be accredited (tax-free).