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Deloitte IFRS training – power and utility

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01 Mar 2010

Deloitte (United States) has organised a three-day IFRS training program specifically designed for Power and Utility companies to learn about key accounting issues and practical considerations related to IFRS implementation.

The event will take place 17-19 May 2010 in Chicago, Illinois USA. Topics will include:
  • Current IFRS landscape
  • Environmental Issues: Emissions and RECS
  • Regulatory accounting
  • Inventory
  • Employee benefits and share-based payments
  • Business combinations
  • Income taxes and tax implications when converting to IFRS
  • Contingencies
  • Decommissioning provisions and asset retirement obligations
  • Financial instruments, derivatives, hedging and investments
  • Consolidation, associates and joint ventures
  • Long-lived assets and impairments
  • Intangible assets and leasing
  • First-time adoption and financial statement presentation
  • IFRS adoption: Steps to implementation and downstream implications
  • Regulatory reporting
This workshop will be led by utility specialists from Deloitte's Financial Accounting & Reporting Services practice that have experience with IFRSs and will focus on specific areas for utility companies to consider as they assess their implementation and transition requirements. The session is appropriate for financial management and accounting personnel of utility companies. Click here for More Information On Line. Here is the Workshop Brochure (PDF 646k).

 

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