While transparency is the key to quality financial information to enable investors and business owners to make informed economic decisions, adequate flexibility is vital for coherent and appropriately-structured reporting. In today’s global environment, a comprehensive set of rules also raises certain level of challenges for ongoing business operations – and having to keep up the momentum of the ever-changing accounting standards.
Join us at the FRS Update Seminar where we share more insights and updates on key developments of standard financial reporting that is not only vital importance to regulators around the world but to corporates alike. Taking a deeper dive into credit loss allowances under the FRS 109, the financial instrument sets out the impairment requirements for recognising and measuring financial assets, financial liabilities and some contracts in order to assess the credit quality. On the other hand, what are the impacts to businesses which own or lease its premises amidst the changes to accounting standard FRS 116 – are you ready?
Regardless the size of your business operations, it is therefore important to be fully aware of the mechanics on implementing new revenue reporting standard that took effect in 2018 after a prolonged delayed. Navigate your way through FRS 115 requirements and overcome these challenges – all at this half day seminar that you need to know about IFRS Standards that bring transparency, accountability and efficiency locally and internationally.
Free Admission for Clients/ Business Associates; $80 per pax for Public
6534 5700 (ext. 795)