Our webinars are an easy and convenient way to meet your IFRS training requirements. Register for all 3 of our IFRS session to receive a discounted rate.

  • Oct 15
    Session dates Webinar
    • $1,380.00 incl. GST
    Session information
    Sessions
    IFRS 15 Session 1
    Mon 15 Oct 13:00 - Mon 15 Oct 15:00
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    IFRS 15 session 2
    Tue 16 Oct 13:00 - Tue 16 Oct 15:00
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    IFRS 9 session 1
    Wed 17 Oct 13:00 - Wed 17 Oct 15:00
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    IFRS 9 session 2
    Thu 18 Oct 13:00 - Thu 18 Oct 15:00
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    IFRS 16 session 1
    Wed 24 Oct 13:00 - Wed 24 Oct 15:00
    Webinar
    IFRS 16 session 2
    Thu 25 Oct 13:00 - Thu 25 Oct 15:00
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Description

Our sessions are split into two webinars, each for two hours, on consecutive days. These run from 1pm - 3pm NZDT.

IFRS 15 - Revenue from Contracts with Customers

15 & 16 October

These intensive webinar sessions presented by PwC on IFRS 15 will delve into the details of the fundamental changes to revenue recognition accounting brought about through IFRS 15.

The following are some of the areas that will be covered during the IFRS 15 workshops: 

  • The five step revenue recognition model, including when to recognise revenue, when transfer of control occurs, and satisfaction of performance obligations. 
  • The nature of disclosures requirements related to revenue. 
  • The pervasive business and accounting impact across all industries. 
  • The challenges for companies such as assessing whether or not systems, processes and internal controls are ready to capture the data needed for forming and monitoring new estimates. 
  • Practical implications and preparation for adoption.

IFRS 9 - Financial Instruments

17 - 18 October

These intensive webinar sessions presented by PwC on IFRS 9 will delve into the details of the fundamental changes, with a specific focus on hedge accounting, to enable you to effectively implement the new requirements.

The following are some areas that will be covered during the IFRS 9 workshops: 

  • The new model for the classification and measurement of financial assets and liabilities and differences from IAS 39. 
  • IFRS 9’s new impairment model. 
  • The shift away from IAS 39’s incurred credit loss approach to an expected credit loss model. 
  • Hedge accounting. 
  • Quantitative testing requirements.
  • Disclosure requirements. 
  • Practical considerations and transition guidance.

IFRS 16 - Leases

24 & 25 October

These intensive webinar sessions presented by PwC on IFRS 16 will delve into the details of the fundamental changes to lease accounting brought about through IFRS 16.

The following are some of the areas that will be covered in the IFRS 16 workshops: 

  • The impact on balance sheets, leverage ratios, and capital ratios.
  • The change to both the expense character and recognition pattern when compared to IAS 17.
  • The effect on commonly used financial metrics such as gearing ratio, current ratio, asset turnover, EBIT, operating profit and net income, etc.
  • Possible impact on the areas such as finance and accounting, IT, procurement, tax, treasury, legal, operations and corporate real estate, etc.
  • The practical implications and transition guidance.

Continuing Professional Development

12 hours 

Cost

$1,200.00 plus GST 

Presenters

Stephen Hogg

Stephen specialises in IFRS and is recognised as one of NZ’s leading technical accounting practitioners. Stephen’s specialism in IFRS enables him to bring deep technical knowledge and extensive practical experience. He is familiar with current trends and developments ensuring clients always receive the best advice.
Stephen provides IFRS advice to PwC engagement teams and to a large range of clients, where he is the primary accounting advisor. He has also provided one-off IFRS advice to numerous leading organisations. Stephen presents externally on IFRS and other technical accounting issues and is involved in PwC’s internal training programmes.

Prior to joining the Accounting Consulting Services team in 2004 Stephen had spent 10 years working in assurance including 5 years of experience in Canada and the UK primarily servicing clients in the investment management industry.

Alexandra Laktionova

Alexandra ('Sasha') Laktionova (ACCA) is a Senior Manager within PwC’s Accounting Advisory Services team in Auckland. She provides IFRS advice to PwC engagement teams and to a large range of clients with a particular focus on leasing and financial instruments. Sasha also delivers external presentations on IFRS topics as well as being involved in PwC’s internal training programmes.

 Prior to joining the Accounting Consulting Services team Sasha spent 8 years working in assurance primarily servicing clients in the manufacturing, energy and mining industries

Clive Brodie

Clive is a Director in PwC’s Accounting Advisory Services practice and is based in Wellington.  He has a strong track record in dealing with complex financial reporting issues. 
For over 10 years in PwC’s advisory and assurance practice he has advised clients on the application of accounting standards.  In addition, he spent over six years as a senior project manager for New Zealand Financial Reporting Standards Board and the New Zealand Accounting Standards Board working on local and international projects to develop accounting standards.
Clive provides accounting advice to PwC engagement teams and to a large range of PwC clients. Clive regularly presents external courses on IFRS and other technical accounting issues as well as PwC’s internal training programmes.

Mariann Trieber

Mariann is a Director in PwC’s Capital Markets and Accounting Advisory Services (CMAAS) practice and is based in Auckland. 
Mariann has more than 10 years of experience dealing with complex accounting issues providing advice to PwC engagement teams and to a large range of clients under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS). Her areas of expertise include accounting for revenue, income tax and public benefit entity accounting.

Mariann keeps up-to-date with current financial reporting trends and developments and is a regular presenter on IFRS and IPSAS topics, both externally and internally.  


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