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IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers

When Oct 21, 2015
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In our informative and engaging series of webcasts, we commit to simplifying technical topics and providing valuable insights on important issues and developments.

We invite you to attend our next webcast which will focus on IFRS 15, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, where our team of experts will provide an update on the latest developments related to this new standard, to help you navigate through and understand how these developments may impact your implementation work. We will also share perspectives on critical steps to ensure successful implementation of this new standard.

You are welcome to register for this webcast. This update will be presented via a live Skype meeting and login details will be sent to those who have registered closer to the date.

We want to ensure that you get the full benefit of our experienced team. Please email any questions you may have for our speakers, before, after or during the webcast to deloitteupdate@deloitte.ca.

Mark your calendar and join us as we engage in an interactive discussion and bring clarity on IFRS 15, Revenue from Contracts with Customers.

This webcast will be available in the English language only, however, French language support is available upon request.

* Please note – no certificates will be provided for attending this webcast. We encourage stakeholders to check with their provincial institutes regarding potential CPD credits.

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