- FINANCIAL REPORTING CONFERENCE
- 11.09.2012 - 11.09.2012 09.00 h - 17.00 h
- Holiday Inn Bloomsbury - London
- UK events
Date: 11 September 2012
Venue: Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, London
The modern and central Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury is just 2 minutes' walk from the Tube at Russell Square station.
Address: Coram Street, WC1N 1HT
Speakers: Varni Anantharanjan & Barbara Wilson (HMRC), Darren Leiser (Financial Fluency), John Caladine (ACIE), Jack Mansfield (Companies House).
CPD units: 7
Fee: £70 Members, £100 Non-Members (including lunch, refreshments and course materials)
Jack Mansfield, Companies House
"Companies House - Electronic Filing of Accounts and Update on Services"
Jack is a chartered accountant and works as Head of E-Accounts Transition on Companies House's e-filing programme. Previous to this he had career experience in practice and industry including executive FD and non-executive roles. He sees his main objective these days as helping people and businesses derive benefits from having the majority of accounts filed on the public record in iXBRL format.
Varni Anantharanjan & Barbara Wilson, HMRC
Presentation information coming soon...
John Caladine, Association of Charity Independent Examiners (ACIE)
"Charity Accounting Update and Specific Areas of Interest"
John Caladine is a Chartered Certified Accountant and a Fellow of the Association of Charity Independent Examiners and also an Associate Member of the Institute of Taxation.
John is the senior director of Caladine Limited, an Accountancy Practice based in Eastbourne on the South Coast, specialising in the not for profit and charity sector.
The firm is extensively involved in the preparation of Charity accounts as well as independent examination and audits. In addition John acts as a Trustee for many local Charities and lectures on the subject of charity accounting.
John brings to this aspect of accounting day to day practical working, experience in what is a specialised sector of the accounting market.
Darren Leiser, Financial Fluency
"The Future of Financial Reporting in the UK"
An experienced auditing and financial reporting lecturer with over two decades of practical experience in accountancy. Darren has over twenty years of experience in the accounting profession and focuses on delivering educational training courses on auditing and accounts, including UK GAAP and IFRS. In particular Darren has expertise in many specialist areas such as pension schemes, charities and solicitor audits. He is one of the most experienced lecturers on pension audits in the UK.
Darren qualified in one of the smaller chartered accountancy firms and gained considerable practical experience in the audit of many different types of businesses. Darren subsequently specialised in audit with Grant Thornton LLP for several years and then became a senior technical manager with Macintyre Hudson LLP.
Darren is able to deliver training to all levels of seniority. With his wealth of practical knowledge from actually performing the fieldwork in the past, Darren is able to bring a practical dimension to his courses and relevant interpretation of regulations.
In the presentation Darren will cover:
• The need for harmonisation of Accounting Standards
• A brief history of how the UK has been moving to adopting IFRS and problems encountered
• The Present proposals included in FRED's 46,47 and 48
• An overview of the requirements of the FRSME as adapted in the present proposals
• Micro Entities - An overview of the proposals under UK GAAP and latest position
• Narrative Reporting - Recent Reports and potential changes to the Companies Act in respect of Director's Reports
Conference will include:
Digital versions of handouts and slides following the event
9:00 - 9:30 - Registration
9:30 - 11:00 - Electronic Filing of Accounts and Update of Services, Jack Mansfield (Companies House)
11:00 - 11:15 - Break
11:15 - 12:45 - The Future of Financial Reporting in the UK, Darren Leiser (Financial Fluency)
12:45 - 13:45 - Lunch
13:45 - 15:15 - iXBRL, Varni Anantharanjan & Barbara Wilson (HMRC)
15:15 - 15:30 - Break
15:30 - 17:00 - Charity Accounting Update and Specific Areas of Interest, John Caladine (ACIE)
PRE-BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL
In order to make appropriate arrangements you must pre-book. Members who have not booked will not be guaranteed a place at the event and will not be informed of any changes to the programme or cancellations. The price is £70 for AIA members and £100 for non-members.
There are four different ways you can book:
1. Download and complete the order form and post it back to AIA, Staithes 3, The Watermark, Metro Riverside, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE11 9SN. Cheques should be made payable to "Association of International Accountants."
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Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury is just 2 minutes' walk from the Tube at Russell Square station, for speedy connections across the capital. We're 10 minutes by bus from Eurostar connections at St Pancras station, and a 45-minute taxi ride from London Heathrow Airport. Check into your stylish Guest room, air-conditioned and connected to wireless Internet.
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