Board Member Accounting Update

Orchard Hotel, 442 Orchard Road, Singapore 238879

5 July 2017, 9:00AM - 11:00AM, SGT

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In ACRA’s latest initiatives under the Financial Reporting Surveillance Program (FRSP), companies that had committed serious financial reporting breaches may be required to restate, re-audit and re-file their financial statements. Failure to do so may lead to their directors being held accountable and companies being named publically.

 

ACRA had also reminded the Directors to ensure that preparation work for a series of revised accounting standards, such as Revenue Recognition, Financial Instruments and Leases, is on track. These new accounting standards are drastically changing the way companies account for transactions. Implications from the new accounting regime may be pervasive – impacting everything, for example, EBITA, remuneration KPIs, IT systems and processes.

 

Join us at this upcoming course on Board Members accounting updates. 

 

Course highlights

  • Understand what is ACRA’s FRSP about, its initiatives and what are some of the financial reporting breaches highlighted by the regulator
  • Gain insights on new accounting standards, particularly those that willbe effective in less than a year’s time
  • Learn how your company’s annual report can provide relevant information for investors to understand the underlying health and sustainability of growth in your business

 

Presenters
Lau Kam Yuen, Head of Insurance and Accounting Advisory at KPMG in Singapore

Denny Hanafy, Director, Assurance and Business Advisory Services at KPMG in Singapore

 

Who should attend
Company Directors and Chief Executive Officers

 

Course fees*

KPMG Client / Alumni / SIATP: $250 per participant

Public: $300 per participant 

 

Registration

To register online, please click here.

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

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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.