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What is IFRS
IFRS stands for international Financial Reporting Standards. According to Government of India directives, the corporate accounting for companies operating in India will have to switch to IFRS with effect from 1st April 2011.
Do you know the provisions of IFRS? Are you IFRS ready?
Outline of IFRS Workshop
• Overview of IFRS Framework and Roadmap to IFRS Conversion
• Presentation of financial statements - Revenue recognition, business combinations and consolidation
• Effect on foreign exchange, income tax, PP&E, intangible assets and investment property, impairment, provisions, contingencies, leases, borrowing costs and changes in accounting policies
• Employee benefits, Share based payments, Non-current assets
Faculty :Mr. Rakesh Tumane is a senior finance professional with over 18 years of experience in telecom, media and communications industry in India, UK and Sri Lanka with blue-chip companies. He is a charted management accountant from CIMA (UK), MBA (Finance) from Cranfield University and holds an Advanced Diploma in IFRS.
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