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The Global Understanding—Valuation for Financial Reporting


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Module 1
International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS
)
The webinar will cover Purchase Price Allocation (IFRS 3), Impairment Testing (IAS 36), and Fair Value Measurement (IFRS 13) under International Financial Reporting Standards. It will give an overview of the standards' regulations and will present important procedures to be applied when performing purchase price allocations and impairment testing—including fair value measurement—under IFRS. Furthermore, valuation of intangible assets in context of purchase price allocation and impairment testing will be discussed. An overall case study will illustrate the covered topics.

Who Should Attend
CFOs, CPAs, and practitioners

Presenter
Ulrich Moser, CVA
 

CPE Hours 

Delivery Method Group Internet-Based
Program Level Overview
Advanced Preparation None
Prerequisites None
Fields of Study Accounting 1
  Finance 1
Total CPE Hours   2

For more information regarding CPE, Program Levels, and Fields of Study, please click here.  

Module 2
Financial Reporting Standards (GAAP) (FRSG)—Art of the Deal at 30,000 Feet: Purchase Price Allocation Basics, Tangible Asset Valuation Consideration, and Impairment Accounting-Reporting Fundamentals

This webinar will discuss the key issues relating to financial reporting under the IFRS and the measurement of fair value. Participants will obtain fundamental exposure to—and insights into—the complexities of purchase price allocations in mergers and acquisitions/business combination transactions, tangible asset appraisals, and accounting/reporting for asset impairment; both tangible as well as intangible.

How You Will Benefit
After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to:
 
  • Define the international reporting standards on various assets and fair value measurement and to be able to apply the standards
  • Integrate these standards in practice. Describe the international reporting standards on various assets and fair value measurement
  • Summarize asset purchase price allocation and carrying value impairment considerations
  • Explain a 30,000-foot fundamental overview of U.S. and international accounting standards; financial and tax
  • Analyze a hands-on case study through interactive learning of M&A purchase price allocation and tangible asset valuation basics
  • Define the process of allocating the overall purchase price paid in an asset transaction to individual asset categories and assets
  • Identify the resources used that provide accounting and reporting standards for PPAs, tangible asset appraisals, and impairment accounting and reporting
  • Detect the primary priority focus of these publications to provide a resource tool to turn to in future engagements
  • Recognize the key considerations for reviewing and relying upon tangible asset appraisals of real and personal property
  • Differentiate primary financial reporting vs. tax standards for PPA and how these differences impact future accounting and reporting, as well as tax obligations
  • Recognize opportunities to provide professional services to those with accounting and reporting needs in these areas, including: private equity firms, strategic acquirers, commercial lenders, and capital providers

Who Should Attend
CPAs and practitioners

Presenters
Richard Gray, CPA, ABV, CVA, ASA
Tony Wayne, CVA, CPA, CIRA, CFF, FCPA

CPE Hours 

Delivery Method Group Internet-Based
Program Level Overview
Advanced Preparation None
Prerequisites None
Fields of Study Accounting 2
Total CPE Hours   2

For more information regarding CPE, Program Levels, and Fields of Study, please click here.  


Module 3
International Valuation Standards—Business Valuation (IVSBV)
This course provides background to the International Valuation Standards on Business Valuation. It covers important aspects of valuation assignment, standards required in the scope of work, investigation and compliance, limitations and assumptions, and reporting. It also discusses standards with regards to approaches and methods and bases of value used in business valuation. It concludes by highlighting the significant standards to be noted.

How You Will Benefit
After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to:
 
  • Identify the IVSC standards and their requirements on business valuation
  • Recognize the areas for compliance with the IVSC standards
  • Apply these standards when undertaking a valuation assignment

Who Should Attend
Valuation practitioners, CEOs, and CPAs

Presenter
Dr. Lim Lan Yuan

CPE Hours 

Delivery Method Group Internet-Based
Program Level Update
Advanced Preparation None
Prerequisites None
Fields of Study Accounting 2
Total CPE Hours   2

For more information regarding CPE, Program Levels, and Fields of Study, please click here.  

Module 4
International Valuation Standards—Real Estate Valuation 
This course provides background to the International Valuation Standards on Real Estate Valuation. It covers important aspects of valuation assignments, standards required in the scope of work, investigation and compliance, limitations and assumptions, and reporting. It also discusses standards with regards to approaches and methods and bases of value used in real estate valuation. It concludes by highlighting the significant standards to be noted.

How You Will Benefit
After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to:
 
  • Identify the IVSC standards and their requirements on real property valuation
  • Recognize the areas for compliance with the IVSC standards
  • Apply these standards when undertaking a valuation assignment

Who Should Attend
Valuation practitioners, CEOs, and CPAs

Presenter
Dr. Lim Lan Yuan

CPE Hours 

Delivery Method Group Internet-Based
Program Level Update
Advanced Preparation None
Prerequisites None
Fields of Study Accounting 2
Total CPE Hours   2

For more information regarding CPE, Program Levels, and Fields of Study, please click here.  

Module 5
Intangible Assets and Intellectual Property Valuation 
This webinar will discuss the key issues relating to financial reporting under the IFRS and the measurement of fair value. This module will take the introduction to impairment in Module 2 and explore/provide more in-depth coverage into relevant topics including tangible and intangible considerations, “triggers,” the relationship to M&A and capital market dynamics, historical evolution for intangible accounting and impairment standards, opportunities for valuation professionals, and exposure to both large public company impairment cases as well as several smaller, simpler private company case examples.

How You Will Benefit
After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to:
 
  • Define the international reporting standards on various assets and fair value measurement, and be able to apply
  • Restate new comprehensive standards addressing financial instrument impairment
  • Differentiate tangible vs. intangible asset impairment fundamental considerations
  • Compose a roadmap to working resource tools professionals can access to answer questions regarding accounting and reporting for impairment
  • Identify the critical relationships between M&A and capital market dynamics, and external and internal impairment triggers
  • Identify the differences in accounting standards for tangible asset, definite-lived intangible asset, and goodwill impairment
  • Recognize opportunities to fill open holes/weaknesses in the traditional financial statement model/approach by expanding professional service offerings built upon expertise in valuation; in particular fair value concepts

Who Should Attend
CPAs and practitioners

Presenters
Richard Gray, CPA, ABV, CVA, ASA
Tony Wayne, CVA, CPA, CIRA, CFF, FCPA

CPE Hours 

Delivery Method Group Internet-Based
Program Level Overview
Advanced Preparation None
Prerequisites None
Fields of Study Accounting 2
Total CPE Hours   2

For more information regarding CPE, Program Levels, and Fields of Study, please click here.  

 
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 Live Online Webinar Schedule  
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and Deadlines
Dates   Time   10%
April 8–12, 2019 2:00–4:00 p.m. (ET);
3:00–5:00 a.m. (Singapore);
8:00–10:00 p.m. (CET)
Register Online 3/31/2019
October 7–11, 2019   Register Online 9/30/2019

Pricing (Before Early Registration and Bundle Discounts) Non-Member Member
Individual Webinars (2 Hrs CPE) $180 $162