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Half-day Seminar - Implementing FRS 102, Section 1A and FRS 105 - Birmingha...
Wed 29 March 2017, 13:00 – 15:45 BST
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Making the transition from FRSSE
The implementation of the new FRS 102 and FRS 105 accounting standards represents the biggest change to disclosure requirements for a generation. Here at Wolters Kluwer we’ve been working hard to make the transition as smooth as possible for our customers and their clients.
This free, half-day seminars provides a valuable opportunity to learn about the transition from FRSSE and the technology solutions that are available to make the process easier. These seminars will include:
- A technical briefing on FRS 102 presented by an expert external speaker (approx 1 hour 15 mins) giving insight into the standards
- A review of software solutions that enable the efficient production of Financial Statements and simple processing of first year disclosures. Includes robust iXBRL tagging and facilities to quickly import data from third-party systems
- Information solutions that provide easy access to informed commentary and research data, including the Interactive Company Accounts Disclosure Checklist that can help ensure compliance with disclosure requirement.
How to find us
- The Studio is close to both car parks and railway stations. Please take a look at full details at: http://studiovenues.co.uk/birmingham/directions/
- There are discounted rates nearby. Please take a look at full deatils for travelling by car at: http://studiovenues.co.uk/birmingham/directions/
- If you are arriving by train, there are three railway sations within walking distance of The Studio: Birmingham New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street. New Street Station is just two minutes' walk from The Studio.
Registration is from 1:00 pm when tea and coffee will be available. Presentations begin at 1:30pm and end at approximately 3:45 pm.
Product demonstrations will be made by Wolters Kluwer staff.
The technical briefing will be presented by Peter Herbert, founding partner of Insight Training. Peter specialises in financial reporting, auditing and company law.