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Advanced Financial Accounting

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 9 days February 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this financial literacy training course, you will be able to understand: the purpose of accounting; why non-accountants need to understand accounting; the basic terminology of business transactions, etc. [+]

Courses in Accounting in London in United Kingdom. Advanced Financial Accounting KEY INFORMATION Course Code: AFB104 Duration: 9 days Fee: £3765 COURSE OUTLINE The Cash Budget Why should managers understand accounting? Accounting concepts Timings of receipts and payments Calculation of the gross profit and gross profit margin Introduction to the Statement of Profit and Loss Measuring profit Double-entry bookkeeping Types of account Trial balance Capital versus revenue expenditure/income Calculating the cost of sales Balancing the Basics Assets and liabilities The statement of financial position Accruals and prepayments Accounting for Depreciation and Bad Debts The straight-line method The reducing-balance method Disposals of non-current assets Bad and doubtful debts Uses and limitations of the statement of financial position Company Finance The nature of limited companies Share capital The stock exchange Venture capital Loan capital and debentures Retained profits Reporting requirements Company Accounts The statement of profit or loss The statement of changes in equity The statement of financial position Intangible assets Revaluing assets The statement of comprehensive income Corporate governance The Statement of Cash Flows Sources of cash flow Non-current assets and the statement of cash flows Movements in working capital Tax, interest, and dividends What to look for in a statement of cash flows Managing cash Interpreting Financial Statements Ratio analysis The pyramid of ratios Probability ratios Liquidity ratios Control of working capital The working capital cycle Capital Structure and Investment Ratios Capital structure Investment ratios Limitations of ratio analysis Target audience ... [-]

Financial Accounting - Level 2

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week February 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this accounting crash course, you will be able to understand: the nature of a limited company; the main external sources of finance available to limited companies, and their characteristics; the role of a stock exchange, etc. [+]

Financial Accounting – Level 2 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: AFB104B Duration: 1 week Fee: £2675 COURSE OUTLINE Company Finance The nature of limited companies Share capital The stock exchange Venture capital Loan capital and debentures Retained profits Reporting requirements Company Accounts The statement of profit or loss The statement of changes in equity The statement of financial position Intangible assets Revaluing assets The statement of comprehensive income Corporate governance The Statement of Cash Flows Sources of cash flow Non-current assets and the statement of cash flows Movements in working capital Tax, interest, and dividends What to look for in a statement of cash flows Managing cash Interpreting Financial Statements Ratio analysis The pyramid of ratios Probability ratios Liquidity ratios Control of working capital The working capital cycle Capital Structure and Investment Ratios Capital structure Investment ratios Limitations of ratio analysis Target audience ... [-]

Advanced Management Accounting

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 7 days November 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the difference between management accounting and financial accounting; the difference between fixed and variable costs; how to calculate variable and fixed costs using the high-low method, etc. [+]

Courses in Accounting in London in United Kingdom. Advanced Management Accounting KEY INFORMATION Course Code: 2660 Duration: 7 days Fee: £2970 COURSE OUTLINE Cost and Break-even Analysis Fixed and variable costs Contribution Break-even analysis The margin of safety Interpreting break-even analysis Assumptions underlying break-even analysis Absorption and Activity-based Costing Direct and indirect costs Absorption costing Calculating a blanket rate Over and under recovery Calculating a department rate to fully cost the product Activity-based costing Budgeting The advantages of budgets The process of budgeting Preparation of a budget Problems of budgeting Budgets to monitor performance and flexible budgeting Variance analysis Pricing and Costs Using cost information to price your product Discounts and distribution margins Choosing the appropriate costing method Pricing and product strategy Optimum pricing Target costing Life-cycle costing Transfer pricing Short-term Decision Making What are relevant revenues and costs? Make or buy decisions Limiting factors Upgrading equipment Closure of sites or discontinuing products Investment Appraisal Techniques Accounting rate of return Payback period Net present value Discounting to present value Internal rate of return Measuring and Reporting Performance Performance measurement: strategy and objectives Financial and non-financial performance measurement Key performance measures Benchmarking The balanced scorecard Customer profitability analysis Integrated reporting Environment accounting and carbon reporting Corporate governance Ethics Target audience Those who wish to understand the implications of decisions made across a range of management accounting issues. Those who wish to develop the ability to analyze, interpret, and question the accounting information they may encounter in a business context. Those who... [-]

Applying IFRS

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week November 2018 United Kingdom London

This IFRS course is suitable for: accounting and financial specialists, professionals and practitioners who wish to develop a greater understanding of the key concepts and applications of IFRS; those aiming for organisational adoption of IFRS to enable greater fluency in their financial reporting and establish a global understanding of their accounting practice in an increasingly internationalised business world; accounting and finance staff of entities that have been mandated to be IFRS compliant. [+]

Applying IFRS KEY INFORMATION Course Code: AFB106 Duration: 1 week Fee: £2625 COURSE OUTLINE Conceptual Framework The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) The purpose of a conceptual framework Qualitative characteristics of useful financial information Going concern assumption Definition, recognition and measurement of the elements of financial statements Concepts of capital Future developments Elements: Part 1 Owners’ equity:share capital and reserves Fair value measurement Revenue from contracts with customers Provisions, contingent liabilities and contingent assets Income taxes Financial instruments Share-based payment Elements: Part 2 Inventories Employee benefits Property, plant and equipment Leases Intangible assets Business combinations Impairment of assets Presentation and Disclosures Financial statement and presentation Statement of cash flow Operating segments Other keynotes disclosures Economic Entities Consolidation: controlled entities Consolidation:wholly owned subsidiaries Consolidation: intragroup transactions Consolidation: non-controlling interest Translation of the financial statements of foreign entities Target audience ... [-]

Financial Accounting, Reporting and Analysis

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week April 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: how financial information is prepared and presented, why the accounting is done in this way and what the resulting information actually means for users. [+]

Courses in Accounting in London in United Kingdom. Financial Accounting, Reporting and Analysis KEY INFORMATION Course Code: AFB105 Duration: 1 week Fee: £2725 COURSE OUTLINE Introduction Financial reporting The difference between profit and cash flow Qualitative characteristics Financial accounting Limited companies’ financial statements Accruals principle Prudence Pulling everything together Financial Reporting in Context The financial reporting system Corporate governance, sustainability and ethics Published financial statements of companies Techniques for the interpretation of financial statements Statement of Profit or Loss Reporting Issues Reporting performance Revenue from contracts with customers Earnings per share Taxation Statement of Financial Position Reporting Issues Property, plant and equipment, and impairment Intangible assets Inventories Liabilities Financial instruments Leases Employee benefits and share-based payments Consolidated Financial Statements Subsidiaries Associates, joint arrangements and statements of cash flow Target audience ... [-]

Management Accounting - Level 2

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 3 days November 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this management accounting courses, you will be able to understand: which costs are relevant to short-term decision making; whether an organization should make or buy products; which products should be prioritized if there are limited resources, etc. [+]

Management Accounting – Level 2 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: AFB103B Duration: 3 days Fee: £1620 COURSE OUTLINE Short-term Decision Making What are relevant revenues and costs? Make or buy decisions Limiting factors Upgrading equipment Closure of sites or discontinuing products Investment Appraisal Techniques Accounting rate of return Payback period Net present value Discounting to present value The internal rate of return Measuring and Reporting Performance Performance measurement: strategy and objectives Financial and non-financial performance measurement Key performance measures Benchmarking The balanced scorecard Customer profitability analysis Integrated reporting Environment accounting and carbon reporting Corporate governance Ethics Target audience Those who wish to understand the implications of decisions made across a range of management accounting issues. Those who wish to develop the ability to analyze, interpret, and question the accounting information they may encounter in a business context. Those who wish to acquire a sound appreciation of accounting and finance in order to communicate and succeed in the business world. Non-accounting staff who desire a practical introduction to the fundamentals of management accounting. Learning outcomes ... [-]

Accounting and Finance for Managers - Level 1

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week March 2019 United Kingdom London

Introduction to Accounting: The two forms of accounting: financial accounting and management accounting; The regulatory and conceptual framework; Qualitative characteristics of useful financial information; Types of the business entity; The annual report and financial statements. [+]

Courses in Accounting in London in United Kingdom. Accounting and Finance for Managers - Level 1 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: AFB101A Duration: 1 week Fee: £2675 COURSE OUTLINE Introduction to Accounting The two forms of accounting: financial accounting and management accounting The regulatory and conceptual framework Qualitative characteristics of useful financial information Types of business entity The annual report and financial statements Accounting Concepts and Systems Statement of comprehensive income (income statement) Statement of financial position (balance sheet) Statement of cash flows Preparing a set of financial statements The income statement: cost of sales working Underlying concepts: measurement rules and fundamental accounting concepts Three further property, plant and equipment issues Recording accounting information Financial Analysis: Part 1 Financial statement analysis for investment purposes Other users and their needs Horizontal analysis and trend analysis Vertical analysis Ratio analysis Weaknesses and limitations Financial Analysis: Part 2 The drive for information Stakeholder management Corporate social responsibility reporting Earnings announcements, conference calls and investor presentations Media relations: press releases and newspaper coverage Social media and internet bulletins Business Planning Business planning and control: the role of budgets The budget-setting process Basic steps of preparing a budget Budgeting in different types of organisation Limitations and problems with budgeting Improving business planning and budgeting Target audience ... [-]

Advanced Accounting and Finance for Managers

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus 2 weeks March 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to prepare a set of basic financial statements, interpret financial accounting information, Interpret profit and cash budgets and identify potential problems. [+]

Key Information Course Code: AFB101 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £4145 Course outline Introduction to Accounting The two forms of accounting: financial accounting and management accounting The regulatory and conceptual framework Qualitative characteristics of useful financial information Types of business entity The annual report and financial statements Accounting Concepts and Systems Statement of comprehensive income (income statement) Statement of financial position (balance sheet) Statement of cash flows Preparing a set of financial statements The income statement: the cost of sales working Underlying concepts: measurement rules and fundamental accounting concepts Three further property, plant and equipment issues Recording accounting information Financial Analysis: Part 1 Financial statement analysis for investment purposes Other users and their needs Horizontal analysis and trend analysis Vertical analysis Ratio analysis Weaknesses and limitations Financial Analysis: Part 2 The drive for information Stakeholder management Corporate social responsibility reporting Earnings announcements, conference calls, and investor presentations Media relations: press releases and newspaper coverage Social media and internet bulletins Business Planning Business planning and control: the role of budgets The budget-setting process Basic steps of preparing a budget Budgeting in different types of organization Limitations and problems with budgeting Improving business planning and budgeting Budgets and Performance Management Responsibility centers The controllability principle Profit-related performance measurement Standard costing and variance analysis Performance management in investment centers Non-financial performance indicators The balanced scorecard Performance measurement in not-for-profit organizations External influences on performance Cash Flow How much cash does a business need? Methods of establishing cash balances Cash forecasting: the cash budget Cash... [-]

Advanced Financial Management in the Public Sector - Planning, Implementation, Reporting and Analyses

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus 2 weeks March 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to use forecasting tools, determine forecast accuracy, apply the most accurate tool for forecasting. [+]

Courses in Accounting in London in United Kingdom. Key Information Course Code: PS105 Duration: 2 weeks Fee: £4095 Course outline Revenue Forecasting Simple moving average (SMA) Exponential smoothing (EXS) Transformation moving average (TMA) Regression against time A quasi-casual forecasting model Determining forecast accuracy Resource Development Analysis Defining the issue: revenue shortage Estimating revenue shortage Developing revenue options Assessing revenue options Making decisions Cost Estimation Cost classification Total cost estimation Average cost estimation Cost Comparison Calculating present value Calculating annualized cost Incremental Cost Analysis Cost-Benefit Analysis Introduction to cost-benefit analysis Issues in cost-benefit analysis Financial Performance Monitoring Determining monitoring indicators Detecting unacceptable performance Understanding the causes and taking action Cash Management Creating a cash budget Determining the optimal cash balance Financial Reporting and Analysis: The Statement of Net Assets What information is in the statement of net assets? The accounting process Principles that govern accounting practices Financial Reporting and Analysis: The Statement of Activities What information is in the statement of activities? Accounting bases Financial Reporting and Analysis: Fund-Level Statements Governmental funds Proprietary funds Fiduciary funds Financial Condition Analysis (FCA) What is the financial condition analysis? Determining measures in FCA Identifying any warning trend of deteriorating financial condition Specifying the relationship Explaining the relationship FCA report writing Target audience Financial and budget personnel in governments. Anyone who is interested in governmental finance. Learning outcomes ... [-]

Accounting and Finance for Managers - Level 2

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week March 2019 United Kingdom London

This CFO seminar is suitable for: Managers who wish to improve their analytical skills and use accounting and finance tools for managerial advantage. Those who wish to understand and use accounting knowledge for operational and management decision making. [+]

Accounting and Finance for Managers – Level 2 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: AFB101B Duration: 1 week Fee: £2725 COURSE OUTLINE Budgets and Performance Management Responsibility centres The controllability principle Profit-related performance measurement Standard costing and variance analysis Performance management in investment centres Non-financial performance indicators The balanced scorecard Performance measurement in not-for-profit organisations External influences on performance Cash Flow How much cash does a business need? Methods of establishing cash balances Cash forecasting: the cash budget Cash management: strategies for improving cash flow Interpreting and analyzing a cash-flow forecast Pricing Decisions The accountant’s perspective – costing and pricing Absorption costing and full-cost-plus pricing Marginal-cost-plus pricing Activity-based costing (ABC) pricing Life-cycle costing and pricing The economist’s perspective The marketer’s perspective Combining the three perspectives: establishing an appropriate pricing strategy Pricing strategies Target pricing and target costing Investment Decisions Investment appraisal – the basics Traditional evaluation techniques Incorporating real-world complexities into investment appraisal Investment appraisal within context Taking a broader strategic view Operational Decisions Operational decision making Cost-volume-profit analysis (CVP) Relevant costing Target audience ... [-]

Financial Accounting - Level 1

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 4 days February 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this financial literacy workshop, you will be able to understand: the purpose of accounting; why non-accountants need to understand accounting; the basic terminology of business transactions; how to prepare a cash budget, etc. [+]

Courses in Accounting in London in United Kingdom. Financial Accounting – Level 1 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: AFB104A Duration: 4 days Fee: £2095 COURSE OUTLINE The Cash Budget Why should managers understand accounting? Accounting concepts Timings of receipts and payments Calculation of the gross profit and gross profit margin Introduction to the Statement of Profit and Loss Measuring profit Double-entry bookkeeping Types of account Trial balance Capital versus revenue expenditure/income Calculating the cost of sales Balancing the Basics Assets and liabilities The statement of financial position Accruals and prepayments Accounting for Depreciation and Bad Debts The straight-line method The reducing-balance method Disposals of non-current assets Bad and doubtful debts Uses and limitations of the statement of financial position Target audience ... [-]

Accounting Information Systems

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week February 2019 United Kingdom London

Target audience: Accounting and financial specialists, professionals, and practitioners who need to understand how accounting information systems (AIS) work in order to effectively measure how cost-effectively they perform, to assess their reliability and that of the information produced, or to lead the redesign and implementation of new and better systems, etc. [+]

Accounting Information Systems KEY INFORMATION Course Code: AFB108 Duration: 1 week Fee: £2675 COURSE OUTLINE Conceptual Foundations of Accounting Information Systems Accounting information systems: an overview Overview of transaction processing and enterprise resource planning systems Systems documentation techniques Relational databases Control and Audit of Accounting Information Systems Computer fraud Computer fraud and abuse technologies Control and accounting information systems Controls for information security Confidentiality and privacy controls Processing integrity and available controls Auditing computer-based information systems Accounting Information Systems Applications The revenue cycle: sales to cash collections The expenditure cycle: purchasing to cash disbursements The production cycle The human resources management and payroll cycle General ledger and reporting system The REA Data Model Database design using the REA data model Implementing an REA model in a relational database Special topics in REA modelling The Systems Development Process Introduction to systems development and systems analysis AIS development strategies Systems design, implementation, and operation Target audience Accounting and financial specialists, professionals and practitioners who need to understand how accounting information systems (AIS) work in order to effectively measure how cost-effectively they perform, to assess their reliability and that of the information produced, or to lead the redesign and implementation of new and better systems. Internal and external auditors. Accountants who wish to improve the design and functioning of the AIS so that it truly adds value to the organization by providing management with the information needed to effectively run organizations. Learning outcomes ... [-]

Management Accounting - Level 1

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 4 days November 2018 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this cost accounting course, you will be able to understand: the difference between management accounting and financial accounting; the difference between fixed and variable costs; how to calculate variable and fixed costs using the high-low method, etc. [+]

Courses in Accounting in London in United Kingdom. Management Accounting – Level 1 KEY INFORMATION Course Code: 1895 Duration: 4 days Fee: £2120 COURSE OUTLINE Cost and Break-even Analysis Fixed and variable costs Contribution Break-even analysis The margin of safety Interpreting break-even analysis Assumptions underlying break-even analysis Absorption and Activity-based Costing Direct and indirect costs Absorption costing Calculating a blanket rate Over and under recovery Calculating a department rate to fully cost the product Activity-based costing Budgeting The advantages of budgets The process of budgeting Preparation of a budget Problems of budgeting Budgets to monitor performance and flexible budgeting Variance analysis Pricing and Costs Using cost information to price your product Discounts and distribution margins Choosing the appropriate costing method Pricing and product strategy Optimum pricing Target costing Life-cycle costing Transfer pricing Target audience ... [-]

Interpretation and Application of IPSAS

London Business Training & Consulting
Campus Full time 1 week February 2019 United Kingdom London

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand: the role and history of IPSASB; the scope of accrual-based IPSAS; what is prescribed in the suite of IPSAS for accrual basis accounting; the options accrual-based IPSAS provides for the measurement and recognition for each of the standards, etc. [+]

Interpretation and Application of IPSAS KEY INFORMATION Course Code: AFB107 Duration: 1 week Fee: £2625 COURSE OUTLINE Introducing Public Sector Accounting IPSAS and public sector entities Why converge public sector accounting practices? The International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB) Accrual-based IPSAS: Part 1 The IPSASB conceptual framework and key accrual accounting concepts Financial statements Disclosure standards Long-term (non-current assets) Current assets Service concession arrangements: grantor Leases and leasing arrangements Accrual-based IPSAS: Part 2 Revenues and expenses Employee benefits, social benefits, and other liabilities Provisions and contingencies Budget reporting Financial instruments Consolidations and strategic investments Specific standards: accounting for agriculture and accounting in hyperinflation economies Recommended practice guidelines Cash-based IPSAS Content part 1 cash basis IPSAS Examples of use of cash basis IPSAS Content part 2 cash basis IPSAS Making the Transition to IPSAS Project management perspective What is the starting point for transition? Different paths of IPSAS adoption First-time adoption of accrual basis IPSAS Target audience Accounting and financial specialists, professionals, practitioners, and policymakers employed within national, state/provincial and local governments; government ministries, departments, programs, boards, commissions, and agencies; public sector social security funds, trusts, and statutory authorities; and International governmental organizations. Accounting and finance staff of public sector entities that intend to embrace IPSAS, and thereby upgrade the reporting, the accountability and the transparency of their organizations. Public administrators encountering important challenges in reducing the distance between accounting systems within countries as well as across borders, through a move towards harmonization of accounting practices in the public sector.... [-]

Accounting for Derivatives in Practice under IFRS9 Course

London Financial Studies
Online Campus Full time 2 days October 2018 United Kingdom London + 1 more

This programme will give you a deep understanding of derivatives accounting and the application of hedge accounting for the interest rate, inflation and FX markets. Learning is based on an intense use of real cases, applying IFRS9 step-by-step. The new requirements are contrasted with IAS 39 where needed, with detailed discussions on the implementation of new rules. [+]

This programme will give you a deep understanding of derivatives accounting and the application of hedge accounting for the interest rate, inflation and FX markets. Learning is based on an intense use of real cases, applying IFRS9 step-by-step. The new requirements are contrasted with IAS 39 where needed, with detailed discussions on the implementation of new rules.

Case studies and workshops simulate real-life client discussions and cover the decision-making, documentation requirements, hedge effectiveness assessment and the accounting entries of a hedging strategy during its life.

All participants will receive a copy of Juan Ramirez's book "Accounting for Derivatives: Advanced Hedging under IFRS 9", published by Wiley Finance.... [-]