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IFRS conference in Frankfurt

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12 Mar 2018

The IFRS Foundation has announced that its next IFRS conference in Europe will be held in Frankfurt, Germany on 28–29 June 2018.

The main conference programme includes:

Day 1

  • Chairman’s keynote
  • Keynote address by the CFO of SAP SE
  • IASB update
    • Major IFRS Standards (including insurance and rate-regulated activities)
    • Research projects
    • The importance of disclosures
  • Break-out sessions:
    • Implementation and Application of the Standards
    • IFRS Taxonomy
    • Implementing IFRS 16 Leases — Disclosures
    • Primary Financial Statements
    • Wider Corporate Reporting

Day 2

  • Panel discussion — Judgments and estimates
  • Conceptual Framework at a glance
  • Panel discussion — Technology and its impact on accounting
  • Break-out sessions:
    • Implementation and Application of the Standards (repeated from day 1)
    • Financial Instruments with Characteristics of Equity
    • IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts — Implementation: Hot Topics
    • Conceptual Framework in action
  • Q&A session with IASB Members and staff

There are also four pre-conference special interest workshops:

  • Investor-focused IFRS workshop and update
  • Guide to new IFRS Standards 
  • Effects of IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts   
  • Making Disclosure More Meaningful

More details, including registration information, are available on the conference website

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