|Request a date - Mar 17 2017||Lagos||5 days||₦ 262,500|
|Request a date - Jun 09 2017||Lagos||5 days||₦ 262,500|
|Sep 04 2017 - Sep 08 2017||Lagos||5 days||₦ 262,500|
As a result of the increasing popularity of participating in the global economy, investors are becoming increasingly interested in emerging markets as they present a diversification opportunity according to Levich (2001). A side effect of working in a new or emerging environment is that integration of local and international accounting practices including the audit process needs to be considered. Focusing on the impact of legal, accounting education, economic and culture in IFRS implementation, this course will identifying what the challenges to the implementation of IFRS has been and how this can be resolved.
At the end of the course, each delegate will be able to:
· Understand and analyse financial statements prepared under full IFRS requirements
· Determine the tax bases of assets and liabilities
· Compute income tax with the inclusion of deferred taxes.
· Understanding financial instruments and the basis of their classification.
· Determine the fair value of financial instrument using amortized cost.
· Fully understand the IT implication of conversion to IFRS.
· Recent changes in the world of IFRS
· Practical demonstration of conversion process and procedures.
· Computation of deferred taxes.
· Practically determine the fair value of financial instruments using amortized cost
· Case study on conversion to IFRS
E-Reader Not Included.
*Course fee is not inclusive of VAT