"Finance is the art or science of managing revenues and resources."

IFRS for Financial Instruments

"Practical examples on how to deal with change from accounting under IAS 39 to IFRS 9"

Date: 17 - 18 May 2012 (Thur - Fri)
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Location: Singapore

 

The 2-Day course focuses entirely on financial instruments. The implications of IFRS 13 on financial instrument accounting are covered. Practical examples of how to deal with the change from accounting under IAS 39 to IFRS 9 are included. There will be up-to-date coverage of the IASB’s proposed amendments to accounting for impairment and hedge accounting. A practical workshop session is included on the measurement of the fair value of simple debt and equity instruments. Participants will require laptops to work through the numerous examples and case studies.


Who Should Attend:
• Chief financial officers
• Financial controllers
• Finance directors
• Finance managers
• Members of finance team
• Accountants
• Accounting policy staff
• Audit partners
• Audit managers
• Internal auditors
• Financial analysts
• Portfolio managers
• Securities analysts
• Credit analysts
• Pension fund managers
• Investment analysts

Program Outline:
• Financial Instrument accounting – asset classification changes on adoption of IFRS 9
• Measurement of Fair Value of simple debt and equity instruments: Practical workshop session
• Financial Instrument accounting – impairment
• Debt and equity, IAS 32
• Financial Instrument accounting – liability classification under IAS 39 and IFRS 9
• Derecognition: Amendments to IFRS 7
• Financial Instrument accounting – derivatives and hedge accounting
• IFRIC 19: Debt for Equity Swaps


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