|$663.40 (including GST)|
Consolidation is one of the more challenging subjects in accounting, potentially presenting an array of complex situations for the preparer to deal with. This hands-on workshop will cover the consolidation adjustments involving local and foreign subsidiaries. And, it will discuss, illustrate and address the issues related to the preparation and presentation of consolidated financial statements in the Singapore context, for groups with local and foreign subsidiaries.
This programme is designed specifically for Accountants who have to prepare consolidated financial statements and for auditors who have to verify the appropriateness of the financial statements. This practical workshop will equip you with a strong foundation in consolidation accounting as you will be guided through various scenarios and a number of consolidation case studies to apply your acquired knowledge into practice.
At the end of this workshop, you will:
Consolidation Adjustments for Local Subsidiaries
Consolidation Adjustments for Foreign Subsidiaries
Professor Ng Eng Juan graduated with B. Ec (first class honours) from Universiti Malaya, and MBA from University of Southern California. He is a fellow of ISCA and a member of MICPA with several years of working experience in an international public accounting firm. Prof Ng has been with the Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, teaching Financial Accounting subjects in the B Acc and MBA programmes. Over the years, he has won several teaching awards. He also conducts regular continuing professional education programmes for delegates from China, Malaysia and Singapore. Prof Ng has written several publications including “Singapore GAAP”, “Derivatives and Hedge Accounting” and “Practical Guide to Financial Reporting Standards Singapore”, which are published by CCH Asia. He is currently with the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS).
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