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The Financial Reporting Faculty's webinars cover a range of updates on IFRS, UK GAAP and policy issues, see upcoming webinars below. If you missed the webinar you can still listen to the recording and download the slides.

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23 March 2017

Previous webinars

Small companies filing options

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This webinar will provide an overview of the new regime and answer frequently asked questions about the filing options that are now available to small companies.

Annual report insights

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This webinar will provide an overview of the key findings of Deloitte’s Annual Report Insights 2016.

Hedge accounting under FRS 102

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The new UK GAAP regime introduces an approach to accounting for financial instruments that is significantly different from current practice. This webinar looks at the new regime’s hedge accounting requirements.

The UK's new small companies regime: choices & challenges

This webinar will consider recent changes to company law applicable to small and micro-entities, the new financial reporting regime for such entities and key factors to bear in mind when reviewing options under the new regime.

New UK GAAP - tax implications of moving to FRS 102

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Companies moving to the new UK GAAP – including those moving from the FRSSE to FRS 102 in 2016 – will need to consider the tax implications of the new regime carefully, not only on transition but also on an on-going basis.

IFRS update

This webinar will provide a summary of new and revised standards applicable in 2016 and beyond. Broadcast 28th July 2016.

Applying IFRS 9 impairment model in practice

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The move from IAS 39’s incurred loss model to IFRS 9’s expected loss model has been widely heralded as a step in the right direction. But applying the standard in practice is proving challenging for many banks. This webinar looks at some of the issues they are facing.

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