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IFRS: Preparation and Presentation of Corporate Financial Reports

Objective – studying the concept of IFRS and mastering the skills of preparation and presentation of corporate financial reporting

objectives:

  • To form systemic understanding of IFRS by CFOs
  • To learn basic principles of IFRS, the set of rules and key technologies of IFRS
  • To master analytical skills of reporting preparation according to IFRS including the transformation method on the basis of case studies taken from real life

Specific features of ifrs programME:

  • Author’s programme and author’s course books by Mikhail Litvinenka
  • International Certification in the British Institute of Certified Financial managers (ICFM)
  • The longest and fullest training course in IFRS
  • Case studies, workshops and trainings on consolidation and transformation of financial reporting
  • Convenient schedule (Saturday and Sunday once every three weeks)
Mode of study Modular
Beginning of classes Januar 21, 2017 
Duration 4 months
Cost of study 80 000 rubles
Target audience Chief accountants, accountants, personnel of economic-planning and financial departments, auditors, personnel of consulting companies
Schedule on Saturdays (from 10.40 to 17.45)
Venue Campus of the RANEPA (Moscow, 82-84 Prospect Vernadskogo)
Admission conditions Interview
Main forms of study Lectures; workshops; business games; analysis of particular situations based on Russian companies
   

 

RANEPA Certificate
Diploma of the British Institute of Certified Financial Managers (ICFM)
RANEPA Certificate of Advanced Training
  • CONCEPT BASICS OF FINANCIAL REPORTING
    • Introduction into IFRS – Financial Reporting – Users, Purpose of Presentation
    • Financial, Management and Tax Accounting
    • Place of Financial Reporting in Information Support of Decision-Making
    • Elements of Financial Reporting – Recognition and Valuation
    • Presentation of Financial Reporting
  • BALANCE-SHEET – STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE COMPANY
    • Long-Term Liabilities. Reporting of Depreciable Assets
    • Long-Term Liabilities. Reporting of Long-Term Investments
    • Current Assets. Accounting and Reporting of Inventory
    • Current Assets. Financial Instruments (IAS 39): Peculiarities of Valuation and Reporting
    • Current Assets. Reporting of the Company’s Liabilities and Capital
  • INCOME STATEMENT – FINANCIAL RESULTS OF THE COMPANY’s ACTIVITIES
    • Determination and Reporting of the Company’s Revenues and Expenditures
    • Deferred Taxation
  • CASH FLOW. WORKSHOP ON PREPARATION OF FINANCIAL REPORTING OF THE COMPANY
    • Concept of Cash Flow in Modern Financial Management
    • Forecasting of the Company’s Cash Flows
    • Classification of the Company’s Cash Flows
    • Methods of Statement’s Preparation. Monetary Analysis of Revenues, Expenditures and Profits
  • CONSOLIDATED AND SEGMENT REPORTING
    • Criteria of Group Formation
    • Consolidation (IAS 3): Basic Differences from IAS 22
    • General Rules for Consolidated Reporting Preparation
    • Financial Reporting of Interests in Joint Ventures
    • Method of Current Intra-Group Accounting

Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor at the Higher School of Finance and Management, RANEPA. Scientific supervisor of the programme “IFRS: preparation and presentation of corporate financial statements”

Ekaterina Jelanova
Programme Administrator
zhelanova-ea@ranepa.ru
Higher School of Finance and Management RANEPA