Financial Reporting Webcast – 15 June 2017

Going digital – meeting online

In recent years many professionals have taken advantage of our Stay Smart events to get up to speed on the latest developments in IFRS relevant to the current financial reporting season. We are writing to invite you to our 2017 programme. As in the past we aim to give you the opportunity to find out about and discuss important changes in financial reporting.

This year’s spring programme will take the form of a one hour webcast including a Q & A session, accompanied by a live chat throughout. We will have a focus on the upcoming interim reports and also look at the areas of focus recently published by the SIX exchange regulation. You will be updated on the latest developments and trends in pension accounting, including risk sharing, and we will share insights on the implementation of the new revenue and leasing standards.

Free of charge, this format is designed to fit into your schedule more flexibly. You will get information on the latest changes in compact form, and you will still have the opportunity to interact live with peers and PwC’s specialists. The autumn programme will again take the form of half day events at various venues throughout Switzerland; programme and dates will be communicated in due course.

We cordially invite you to take part in the webcast. Please see the programme for more details.

Registration

Please register online 2 days before the webcast at the latest. We will confirm your registration, including the login details for the webcast.

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Programme

  • All you need to know about interim reports in accordance with IAS 34
  • Current developments and trends in pension accounting
  • Insights into implementation of the new revenue and leasing standards
  • Discussion/Wrap up

Date and Time

Thursday, 15 June, 10am – 11am

 

 

 

 

 

Published by

David Mason

David Mason

David Mason
PwC
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Case postale, 1211 Genève 2
+41 58 792 94 90

David Mason, ACS (IFRS) leader for Switzerland, is a partner in our Geneva and Zurich offices. He graduated from the University of Bristol and qualified as a UK Chartered Accountant in 1989. He moved to Switzerland shortly after qualification and has since specialised in the audit of, and providing accounting advice to, international clients and IFRS users.
He has been the lead partner on a number of major international groups based in the Romandie, and is the leader of our ACS practice (1998-2010, 2014 -*).