Leasing webcast: Overview of the Proposed Guidance – May 29, 2013

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Almost three years have passed since the IASB and FASB (the “Boards”) issued their initial proposal. After extensive outreach and re-deliberation, the Boards will be issuing a new proposal. This webcast discusses an overview of the proposed guidance and the nuances that might lead to unexpected financial results.

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Leases allow companies to use property and equipment with payments made over time rather than a large initial cash outlay. However whether the future payment obligations are debt has been a source of debate. Almost three years have passed since the IASB and FASB (the “Boards”) issued their initial proposal.

After extensive outreach and re-deliberation, the Boards will be issuing a new proposal. This proposal will require almost all leases to be on the balance sheet and creates two methods for income statement recognition. This webcast discusses an overview of the proposed guidance and the nuances that might lead to unexpected financial results.

Who should attend? 

CFOs, CIOs and other IT executives, controllers, finance directors, business unit finance and tax leadership, and other financial reporting functions.

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