Consolidation of Financial Statements (Corporate Training)
Increased and more complex requirements set on financial communication related to consolidated accounts have imposed consolidation as a key competence within a financial department.
This training, embedding numerous practical exercises, will cover the full consolidation process and highlights difference in treatment between Luxembourg GAAP and IFRS as imposed on consolidated financial statements
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- United Arab Emirates
Who should attend?
Who Should Attend
Members of the consolidation / accounting services, Accountants, Chartered Accountants and Trust staff involved in the consolidation of financial statements, Internal auditors and compliance officers.
Luxembourg legal and regulatory framework
- Luxembourg regulatory framework and IFRS
- Exemptions and exclusions
- Content and closing date of the financial statements
Determination of consolidation
- General Principles
- Subsidiaries, joint ventures and associated companies
- Determination of the percentage of control
- Special treatment of special purpose entities
Basis of consolidation
- General Principles
- Fully consolidated subsidiaries
- Proportional consolidation of joint ventures
- Equity Associates
- Determination of percentage interest
Operations prior to consolidation
- Standardisation of accounting principles and policies
- Standardisation of closing dates
- Identification and recognition of deferred taxes
- Entities abroad and issue of foreign currency
Stages of consolidation
- Elimination of balances and transactions within a company
- Treatment of own shares
- Treatment of changes in scope of consolidation (acquisitions and disposals)
Presentation and content of financial statements
- Luxembourg accounting principles
- IFRS in the specific context of the preparation of consolidated financial statements
Certification / Credits
- Understand how to manage each major element of working capital.
- Understand how to forecast the cash impact of working capital.
- Analyze liquidity and working capital efficiency.
- Understand the sources of funding and uses of excess cash resources.
- Create cash flow forecasts.a Describe the general principles of consolidation;
- Identify and distinguish the different methods of consolidation of accounts;
- Carry out a consolidation of accounts in accordance with all stages of the process and with the appropriate accounting framework.
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