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Similarities and differences between IFRS and Dutch GAAP

Inhouse training

Inhouse training

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During this masterclass we give you an overview of and discuss the similarities and differences between IFRS and Dutch GAAP. This focuses on differences in recognition and measurement as well as presentation and disclosure in the financial statements. The theory discussed will be supported by several exercises.

This session is particularly interesting if:

  • your company reports under Dutch GAAP for statutory requirement, but group reporting is based on IFRS;
  • you are considering converting from Dutch GAAP to IFRS.

It was very useful and we will be able to use a big part in practice.

Participant training November 2019

About this training

For whom?

This masterclass is for professionals with a background in finance and who work in an accounting, reporting and/or controlling role and your company is considering converting from Dutch GAAP to IFRS or has to report under both Dutch GAAP and IFRS. Basic accounting knowledge and experience is required to use the knowledge offered during this masterclass to its utmost.

Who are the trainers?

The trainers are accounting specialists at PwC Technical Office.

Interested?

Are you interested in this training course? We would like to discuss your learning objectives and specific results. Please contact us for more information.

Permanent Education 

PE-Portfolio accountants (AA en RA)

You can include this training as a learning activity in your PE portfolio. After the training, you will receive a certificate of participation (number of hours of training included).

PE points register controllers (RC)

At the end of the training you will receive a certificate of participation from us with the number of hours of training followed. You can register this yourself on the VRC website.

Contact

Magda Chrysoulis-Stegeman

Magda Chrysoulis-Stegeman

Senior Director, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)62 061 58 22

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