PwC’s Academy is inviting you to the Financial Reporting issues course

PwC’s Academy is inviting you to the Financial Reporting issues course

The training Financial Reporting issues will be divided into two separate modules on two different starting dates. You can take advantage of our offer which includes the two modules or choose only one of the topics. The training will be held in live-online format by PwC’s lead expert Roland Balogh who is a Senior Manager and a Head of the consolidation and structuring services at PwC Hungary. Here is more information about the two modules and some of the topics that will be discussed along the course:

Module 1: Acquisitions, group reorganisations
Date & Time: 19 April, 2023 (10:00 - 14:00 EET)


  • Consolidation with practical examples;
  • Accounting issues of disposals;
  • Equity method in practice.

Module 2: Consolidation
Date & Time: 27 April, 2023 (10:00 - 14:00 EET)


  • Introduction to consolidation - current issues, most common difficulties;
  • Different types of financial statements - which provides the highest value in different situations?

The course also provides you with 6-month access to the IFRS10 Consolidated financial statements and the IAS28 Investments in associates and joint ventures e-learning modules immediately after registering, so that you will have the chance to freshen up your basic IFRS knowledge about the subject before the modules.

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