IFRS 16 Leases: An in-depth review of the new leases and its impact on your business

Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, 320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865

15 June 2017, 9:00AM - 12:30PM, SGT

Does your organisation have significant amount of operating lease commitments as lessee or leases as lessor?

By 1 January 2019, almost all leases will be recognised on the balance sheet. Even though there is still more than a year before the new lease standard comes into effect, it is worthwhile to consider the commercial and accounting implications such as the impact to financial covenants, KPIs, systems and contracting processes, among others.

Join us at this upcoming course for insights into this latest wave of accounting changes.


Course highlights

  • Learn about the definition of leases and how certain contracts may fall outside the scope of leases.

  • Find out what are the key changes to lessor and lessee accounting, including the impact to your Balance Sheet and Profit or Loss profile.

  • Gain a detailed understanding of the right of use (ROU) asset and lease liability, illustrated using examples seen in practice.

  • Explore the various transition options available to determine the most appropriate approach to transition for your organisation.



Partners and Senior Managers from KPMG’s Accounting Advisory Services and Corporate Finance teams.

Who should attend

Financial controllers, finance managers, accountants, private equity specialists, and those involved in the preparation and interpretation of financial statements, as well as users of financial statements.


Course fees*

KPMG Client / Alumni: $320 per participant
Public: $360 per participant



To register online, please click here.

*The fee is inclusive of GST at the prevailing rate, course materials, and refreshments.

*10% discount applies to three or more participants from the same organisation registering for the course.


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In circumstances beyond our control, we reserve the right to cancel the event, or make changes to the schedules, venue and speaker(s). Photography, audio, and/or video recording are not permitted during the event unless authorised by KPMG.