Time is ticking until the 2005 deadline for IFRS compliance and in theory your implementation programme should now be in place. (However, according to a recent survey by Accountancy Age it would appear that 80% of companies still do not have an IFRS implementation team in place).
IFRS compliance might appear to be more of a burden than a benefit, as it is clear that significant revisions will be required to both the consolidation and transaction systems of organisations to meet the new requirements.
However, in addition to the greater external transparency IFRS will provide, there is now the ability to turn this necessary regulatory change to real competitive advantage. An IFRS compliance project can be used to drive performance management improvements into the organisation.
This webcast aims to provide attendees with invaluable insight into IFRS implementation and the key issues to consider alongside real examples of IFRS integration.
Who Should Attend?
This webcast will help FDs, CEOs, FCs, Finance Managers, Financial Controllers and anyone responsible for IFRS implementation within both public and non-public listed companies.
Industry leading speakers will evaluate:
- How IFRS can improve the quality of management information and how this information can be utilised
- How to overcome the complexities of the standard to deliver simplified financial consolidation and reporting.
- Key problem areas in preparation of IFRS accounts
- Why IFRS is not just an ‘accountants problem’
- How did we comply? An IFRS compliant company shares its experiences
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