The IFRS 9 seminar has been developed to cover in-depth principles that can have a major impact on the Financial Statements.
The new Financial Instruments is effectively moving from a rules-based approach to a more subjective principles based application which can be challenging for prepares and users of Financial Statements.
This one-day course aims to provide an in-depth illustration and explanation of the more contentious requirements of IFRS 9. Utilizing practical examples the course will demonstrates and analyze these complex requirements (such as the Expected Credit Loss Model) and will provide an overview of their potential impact.
Participants will be equipped to:
Identify the key topics in IFRS 9, including changes from IAS 39
Evaluate the key changes in the accounting for financial instruments
Understand the complex requirements of the ECL
Identify appropriate Model Inputs
Assess the impact of IFRS 9