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Major Differences in UK - US - IFRS Financial Reporting.

In City of London ()

£ 450 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Short course

  • Duration

    1 Day

Description

The course has been designed to evaluate the main accounting differences between, UK, US and IFRS GAAPs, using IFRS as the central point for comparisons. It will enable delegates to identify the key differences, and identifies the major issues when moving from UK or US rules to IFRS.
Suitable for: Preparers, auditors or interpreters of financial statements, especially those of listed groups; any accountants working in such groups.The course has been designed to evaluate the main accounting differences between, UK, US and IFRS GAAPs, using IFRS as the central point for comparisons. It will enable delegates to identify the key differences, and identifies the major issues when moving from UK or US rules to IFRS.

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Subjects

  • IFRS
  • Financial Training
  • Financial
  • International
  • Financial Reporting
  • Risk Assessment
  • Financial Planning
  • Strategic Finance
  • Financial Instruments
  • IASB and the ASB

Course programme

The course has been designed to evaluate the main accounting differences between, UK, US and IFRS GAAPs, using IFRS as the central point for comparisons. It will enable delegates to identify the key differences, and identifies the major issues when moving from UK or US rules to IFRS.

Course Content:

  • Changing to the use of International Standards in the UK and continental Europe
  • The agendas of the IASB and the ASB
  • Major changes needed to UK financial statements to align them with International Standards
  • Use of US GAAP and International Standards by European companies
  • Major differences between US and International Standards, using large companies for comparisons
  • Pension accounting
  • Deferred Tax
  • Financial Instruments

Major Differences in UK - US - IFRS Financial Reporting.

£ 450 + VAT