PwC Events

PwC regularly hosts events for clients, the media and other stakeholders.

Watch this space for the next exciting presentation on topics as diverse as Corporate Reporting, Taxation, Performance Improvement or Risk Management.

If you think you can wait until 2018, it will be too late.

Get on the road to implement IFRS 9 by joining our training programme.

The standard makes changes to the classification of financial assets and introduces a new impairment model that will result in earlier recognition of losses.

Rules for hedge accounting have also changed.

Many entities, not just banks, will be impacted by those changes. Do you know how this will impact your business?

The objective of this workshop is to help you understand:

• the key changes of the new standard
• the next steps before the effective date
• the impact on local businesses

Who should attend?

The workshop has been specifically designed for financial controllers, chief financial officers, chief executive officers so that they can assess the impact of the change on their businesses.

Registration cost and details:

Time: 09h00 to 13h00 (including tea breaks and lunch)

Venue: Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel, Port Louis

Cost: Rs 5,000

MQA Approved - 3 CPD hours

Contact Details:

For more details please contact:

Mrs Marie-Anne Smith

email: marie-anne.smith@mu.pwc.com

T: 404 5110

Closing date: Tuesday 19 April 2016

IFRS 9 for Corporates

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If you think you can wait until 2018, it will be too late.

Get on the road to implement IFRS 9 by joining our training programme.

Besides changes in the classification of financial assets, the final standard contains a new impairment model which will result in earlier recognition of impairment losses. Entities in all industries will be impacted, but more particularly, financial institutions.

The objective of this workshop is to help you understand:

• the key changes of the new standard
• the new impairment model: requirements, implications and implementation challenges
• the next steps before the effective date and
impact on your current operations

Who should attend?

The workshop has been specifically designed for financial controllers, chief financial officers, chief executive officers so that they can assess the impact of the change on their businesses.

Registration cost and details:

Time: 09h00 to 15h00 (including tea breaks and lunch)

Venue: Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel, Port Louis

Cost: Rs 7,500

MQA Approved - 5 CPD hours

Contact Details:

For more details please contact:

Mrs Marie-Anne Smith

email: marie-anne.smith@mu.pwc.com

T: 404 5110

Closing date: Tuesday 19 April 2016

IFRS 9 for Financial Institutions

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NexGenFactor : The Finals

Awards night for the NextGenFactor finalists. Click here to visit our dedicated page.

PwC is pleased to invite you to a full day Forensics workshop especially designed for financial institutions

The workshop will be delivered by Louis Strydom, Forensics Services Leader for PwC Africa.

Who should attend?

The worskshop has been specifically designed for local regulators, lending institutions, and other companies in financial sector.

Registration cost and details:

Date: Monday 11 April 2016

Venue: Hennessy Park Hotel, Ebene

Time: 09h00 to 16h00 (includig breakfast and lunch)

Cost: Rs 6,000

MQA approved - 7 CPD hours

Contact Details:

Mrs. Elise Chung

email: elise.chung@mu.pwc.com

T: 405 5049

Forensic Workshop 2016

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The announcements made in the Budget have wide reaching implications for both businesses and individuals.

Follow our team for their commentary and insight into what the Budget will mean for you.


We will run a workshop on Integrated Reporting, with the collaboration of Alan McGill, Integrated Reporting and Assurance partner from PwC UK.

Watch this space for more details and to register.

Location: Hennessy Park Hotel

The PwC CRA event is hosted at the start of every year in recognition of efforts made by companies to improve the presentation and contents of their annual reports.

Our objective is to encourage companies to go beyond the minimum reporting requirements, with a strong focus on Integrated Reporting <IR>.

The next edition of PwC’s Corporate Reporting Awards (CRA) will take place on 02 March 2016.  All companies listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius, as well as Public Interest Entities (PIEs) are eligible to compete for the Awards.


NextGenFactor is a competition that models a real-world business scenario.

Within a two-week period of time, you will work in a team of not more than 5 to review a business case which will focus on strategic issues being faced by companies all over the world including but not limited to financials, tax, risk, governance and technology.

Building trust among Stakeholders and Internal Audit 

Location : Labourdonnais Hotel, Port-Louis

The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Mauritius, in collaboration with PwC Mauritius, is running a full day workshop on the theme of “Building trust between stakeholders and Internal Audit” on Friday 13 November 2015 at Le Sirius, Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel, Port Louis. The objective is to look at the trends of the Internal Audit profession. We are also honoured to welcome as guest speaker Mr. Anton van Wyk, Past Chairman of IIA. 

For more information/registration, please contact:

Mrs Marie-Anne Smith on 404 5110 or

Email to marie-anne.smith@mu.pwc.com

Paying Taxes 2015 remains a unique study. It is the only piece of research which measures the ease of paying taxes across 189 economies by assessing the time required for a case study company to: prepare, file and pay its taxes, the number of taxes that it has to pay, the method of that payment and the total tax liability as a percentage of its commercial profits. The results illustrate both successful tax reforms and reform challenges as well as providing a platform for government and business to engage in constructive discussion around tax reform across a broader range of issues.

Release date - 23.November.2015.

Click below to get the latest updates.

Paying TAXES 2015

PwC is pleased to invite you to a one day workshop on IFRS 9 ‘Financial Instruments’ especially designed for financial institutions

The workshop will be delivered by Nitassha Somai, Senior Manager from PwC South Africa and John Li How Cheong, Associate Director from PwC Mauritius.

 

The objective of this workshop is to help you understand:

• the key changes of the new standard;

• the new impairment requirements and the implications; and

• the next steps before the effective date and impact on your current operations

 For more details and registration, please contact

Mrs Tawheda Wachill on

T: 404 5225 or

email : tawheda.wachill@mu.pwc.com

PwC is pleased to invite you to a half-day workshop on IFRS 9 ‘Financial Instruments’ especially designed for corporates

The workshop will be delivered by Nitassha Somai, Senior Manager from PwC South Africa and John Li How Cheong, Associate Director from PwC Mauritius.

The objective of this workshop is to help you understand:

• the key changes of the new standard;

• the next steps before the effective date; and

• the impact on local businesses.

For more details and registration, please contact :

Mrs Tawheda Wachill on

T: 404 5225 or

email : tawheda.wachill@mu.pwc.com

Location : Flying Dodo Bagatelle

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