IPSAS Milestone 4 Transition To IPSAS

Pahladsingh Accountancy And Consultancy
In Geneva (Switzerland)

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  • Certificate
  • Geneva (Switzerland)
  • Duration:
    2 Days
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Starts Location
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Geneva
To be determined, Genf, Switzerland
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Course programme

This program answers questions such as: What are common issues related to the first IPSAS compliant financial statements? How to prepare opening balance under IPSAS? What specific issues are there regarding comparative figures? What is the audit issues related to the movement to IPSAS-compliant financial statements? What guidance is available? Prerequisites Understanding of basic accounting principles based on any national standards in the public sector. Knowledge of the related course IPSAS Milestone 2 or 3 is highly recommended. No advance preparation is required for this course. Topics Common issues related to a change in accounting systems - Change Management Human Resources IT Legal aspects Accounting Issues: Accounting policies and Accounting Manuals Audit issues United States of America France Italy Nato United Kingdom New Zealand United nations European Community Elements of a roadmap for transitioning to IPSASsLessons Learned Resources and reference material Checklists Comparative Studies FAQ Course Benefits Understand the issues when moving to cash-basis or modified-cash to accruals-basis IPSASs. Learn from the lessons learned of entities and jurisdictions which have moved are moving to accruals-basis accounting. Understand the key elements of a roadmap when moving to accruals-basis IPSAS. Understand the audit implications when transitioning to accruals-basis IPSAS. Learn the sources of IPSAS guidance that are available Who should attend This course is especially interesting for: Any professional in a Finance Position in the Public Sector. Auditors and Accountants serving the Public Sector. Consultants serving the Public Sector. Chief Accountants. Public Sector Finance Directors. Heads of Finance in the Public Sector Finance Managers in the Public Sector. Financial Controllers in the Public Sector.