Is your organisation using the correct measures? Transform key performance indicators (KPIs) to accelerate performance and improve results.
The Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Act 2009 (“the Act”) has been extended to cover accountants in public practice undertaking activities subject to the Act. Our members need to be ready to comply with the new legislation from 1 October 2018.
Post the release of the Panama Papers and the Sherwin Inquiry (amongst other things), the government has responded to restore New Zealand’s reputation as a transparent and low risk market by extending the requirements of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Finance of Terrorism Act 2009 to accountants in public practice from 1 October 2018. This webinar series will give you tools, skills and practical insights to implement the new AML/CFT requirements in your practice, from initial risk assessment to reporting processes.
This webinar series will provide you with an introduction to the concepts of business valuations. Our expert Simon Dalgarno will share his insights into key valuation methods, regulation, calculation of maintainable earnings, enterprise value and goodwill, reporting and other common issues encountered when applying the valuation process.
This webinar series will provide you with the fundamental concepts of impairment, value in use and fair value, including practical hints and tips when applying these concepts.
This session will use practical Excel examples to illustrate NPV and IRR examples. Gain practical tools for developing NPV and IRR models in Excel and work through common issues that arise.
This 4 part webinar series will examine what issues the next generation of finance leadership will have to contend with and master.
Be prepared for employment law changes affecting your business and clients by; understanding key concepts in the Holidays Act and how to apply them to your payroll and understanding how to avoid and resolve personal grievances from staff so you can focus on business.
This recorded one-hour length IFRS 9 – Fundamentals of Financial Instruments webinar will delve into the key changes of IFRS 9, offer practical insights for transition and enable you to understand the implementation requirements.
This recorded one-hour length IFRS 15 – Fundamentals of Revenue from Contracts with Customers webinar will delve into the key changes to revenue recognition accounting brought about by IFRS 15. The standard could significantly change how many entities recognise revenue, especially those that currently apply industry-specific guidance.
This series of four recorded webinars will explore perspectives for you, as a finance professional, to develop a greater strategic understanding of your organisation, recognise the dynamic environment in which you operate and explore and exploit smart technologies to performance manage the strategic outcomes.
This recorded one-hour length IFRS 16 – Fundamentals of Leases webinar will delve into the key changes and practical implications to lease accounting brought about by IFRS 16.
Learn how lean organisations have been able to produce the annual plan quickly, in less than two weeks, and eventually replace it with a quarterly rolling planning process. Learn about how rolling forecasting is the key to funding on a quarterly rolling basis, the setting of monthly budgets a quarter ahead, and meeting your banker’s and Board requirements.
Eliminating time out of the month-end reporting process is the first step along the journey to becoming a lean finance team.
This webinar will provide a practical demonstration of accounting processes, systems and theory for those seeking a broader understanding of their role in the finance team. The webinar is designed to give participants an understanding of what happens in accounting behind the computer screen.
This 4 part live webinar series will introduce and build awareness and basic competence with professional accountants in the field of Systems Based Thinking & Scenario-Based Strategy.