Organizations are getting into increasingly complex business transactions. Business combinations and forming strategic partnerships and alliances are becoming the norm for many organizations. Additionally, treasury departments are making daily decisions to invest available funds in order to maximize the return on investments.
Accounting and finance professionals have to be ready to help management understand the effect of recording such transactions on company's financials. This course discusses the accounting treatment for these transactions and highlights the most recent standards updates in these matters.
The course focuses on individual and group exercises, case studies and presentations.
Financial managers and controllers, accounting managers, senior accountants, financial analysts, investment accountants, general ledger accountants, financial assistants, and any professional involved in accounting for business combinations and consolidations and professionals who wish to understand accounting for financial instruments.