The 2019 IFRS Learning and Assessment Program has now been updated to reflect the International Financial Reporting Standards that are mandatory for periods beginning on or after 1 January 2018.
NB: The IFRS study handbook, which can be purchased separately, has also been updated and is now available for purchase.
The Tax Effect Accounting workshop presented by PwC will provide the tools to enable you to prepare year-end tax accounting calculations and financial statement disclosures.
This half day workshop combines case studies and presentations to resolve the practical challenges of preparing year-end tax accounting calculations and financial statement disclosures.
This webinar will give you the tips, tricks and insights you need to determine the applicable set of accounting standards to use in a particular set of circumstances.
This webinar examines the key changes coming up for these charities, in particular those related to investments in other entities and financial instruments.
This webinar provides members, involved with PBE reporting, guidance on how to prepare these new service performance statements to both comply with the relevant standards and also achieve effective communication to stakeholders.
Many New Zealand companies now prepare special purpose financial statements. CA ANZ’s special purpose financial reporting framework is available for use by such companies. This two-session webinar series will give you the practical insights you need to apply that framework.
Is your organisation using the correct measures? Transform key performance indicators (KPIs) to accelerate performance and improve results.
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.
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.
Business partnering is the future of accountants in the public sector.
This webinar series is for every accountant in the public sector that is aspiring to play a more effective role in the performance of their organisation whatever their role or level. It will explore the fundamental concepts of business partnering with reference to the public sector.
Up until now, there have been non minimum standards for the content or the quality of registered charity financial statements. However, for balance dates from 31 March 2016, charities need to prepare financial statements in line with new reporting standards. But you don't have to be an expert to use the new reporting standards.
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.
Please note that the live webcast is now full, you will receive a recording of the session after it has taken place
On 1 October 2018 New Zealand's accounting profession moved into the front line defence against money laundering and terrorism financing with the introduction of phase two of the country's Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Act.
Hear directly from AML experts at the New Police Financial Intelligence Unit, as well as industry experts from CA ANZ and the Regulatory Technology community to get a better understand of the steps and solutions available to transition to the new regulatory regime.
This recorded webinar has been designed for our members in business to raise awareness around the upcoming reporting requirements under the NSW and Federal Modern Slavery Bills.
This recorded webinar will be useful for participants who want to redesign their reporting to senior management, embracing conciseness and best practice design.
This session presents the very latest information on the strength of New Zealand’s financial systems. Hear the Reserve Bank of New Zealand detail the key findings from its just released Financial Stability Report (FSR).
The FSR assesses the soundness and efficiency of the New Zealand financial system, and the risks and challenges it is currently facing.
This 4 part recorded webinar series will introduce and build awareness and basic competence with professional accountants in the field of Systems Thinking & Scenario-Based Strategy.