VAT on financial activities: Valid acts and current interpretations
VAT on financial activities: Valid acts and current interpretations
Hana Hašková, Veronika Braunová
27. 10. 2017 (4 500,- CZK)
We will safely guide you through the world of VAT for financial institutions. The focus of this course will be on tax legislation, the complicated and complex network of related interpretations by the tax authorities as well as the plethora of case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union. Real-life examples will form an integral part of the training.
Actuarial training for non-actuaries
Actuarial training for non-actuaries
Viktor Brůžek
1. 11. 2017 (6 600,- CZK)
Our special course will provide insurance professionals with helpful insights into actuarial work, enabling the course participants to integrate various actuarial aspects into their own work. As a result, cooperation between individual departments (within an insurance company) should improve.
Excel for reporting purposes – Utilise your data to its maximum potential!
Excel for reporting purposes – Utilise your data to its maximum potential!
Martin Kamarád
8. 11. 2017 (3 000,- CZK)
The training course is intended for those who wish to work with available information sources as effectively as possible. After completing this training, you will be able to process and present your data in MS Excel in a more transparent manner, thus allowing other users a more effective utilisation of data and better orientation in reports when making decisions.
Regulatory reporting (FINREP) and disclosures under IFRS 9
Regulatory reporting (FINREP) and disclosures under IFRS 9
The training course is intended for those who wish to quickly learn about practical impacts on regulatory reporting and disclosures, prepare for planned changes to FINREP pursuant to the new IFRS, consult any uncertainties, acquaint themselves with areas that are either unclear or whose interpretation is complex and learn more about certain topics in form of practical examples.
Employee benefits under IAS 19
Employee benefits under IAS 19
Martin Kožár, Viktor Brůžek
16. 11. 2017 (3 000,- CZK)
We will familiarise you with the classification of employee benefits under IAS 19, and present methods and principles that companies should use to account for liabilities arising from long-term employee benefits.
Tax pitfalls of marketing costs for financial institutions
Tax pitfalls of marketing costs for financial institutions
Martin Šandera
5. 12. 2017 (3 000,- CZK)
This training course focuses on specific marketing expenses prevalent in the financial services environment. From a tax perspective we will take a look at the typical promotional activities of banks, insurance companies and leasing companies. We will certainly not forget to talk about customer loyalty and motivational schemes for financial and insurance intermediaries.
Basel III / CRD IV and its regulatory implications, COREP and FINREP using methodology set for 2018
Basel III / CRD IV and its regulatory implications, COREP and FINREP using methodology set for 2018
Ing. Martin Křivánek, ACCA, FRM
7. 12. 2017 (4 400,- CZK)
Do you need to improve the quality and accuracy of your reporting to the Czech National Bank (COREP and FINREP) prepared under the new methodology? Do you want to learn about major year-on-year methodological changes? Would you like to clarify any uncertainties?
Preparation of COREP and FINREP reports under 2017 methodology
Preparation of COREP and FINREP reports under 2017 methodology
Ing. Naďa Waldeckerová, Ing. Šimon Kolář
13. 12. 2017 (25 000,- CZK)
Workshop: Capital adequacy, liquidity, leverage, encumbered assets, non-performing exposures, forbearance exposures, prudential consolidation, et al.
How to identify manipulation of financial statements according to Czech and international accounting standards
How to identify manipulation of financial statements according to Czech and international accounting standards
Petra Franclová, Gabriela Vilímková, Dimitar Georgiev
I am interested in attending the training (6 600,- CZK)
We will help you understand the accounting manipulation methods used by companies to adjust their financial statements to their needs. You will learn about the major errors and omissions most frequently made in the non-audited financial statements and you will find out what should make you suspect that the view given of the company’s financial operations may be distorted.
Detecting fraud in the financial sector
Detecting fraud in the financial sector
Ing. Maroš Holodňák
I am interested in attending the training (6 600,- CZK)
You will become acquainted with various types of fraud (both internal and external) that may occur in the financial sector. You will learn about our experience acquired during investigations, as well as about tools that help effectively prevent fraud. Where fraud does occur, you will know how to respond to it effectively so that it does not happen again in the future.
All that you ever wanted to know about Solvency II, but were afraid to ask...
All that you ever wanted to know about Solvency II, but were afraid to ask...
Ing. Petr Kunzmann
I am interested in attending the training (7 100,- CZK)
Solvency II, a key reform of EU insurance regulation, is already having tangible effects on all insurers in the EU. The changes are directly impacting not only how insurance companies manage their risks, capital, data and systems but also the approach of regulators. During our training course, you will become acquainted with this new insurance regulation without having to meet any prerequisites.
Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) – What does this new regulatory requirement comprise?
Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) – What does this new regulatory requirement comprise?
Ing. Petr Kunzmann
I am interested in attending the training (7 100,- CZK)
ORSA, the heart of the Solvency II directive, aims to help boards of directors make sound strategic decisions, define values created, and embed overall risk awareness throughout the organisation.
Manipulating historical financial information and plans for financial institutions
Manipulating historical financial information and plans for financial institutions
Ing. Petr Chylek, ACCA, Ing. Jaroslav Mydlo
I am interested in attending the training (6 600,- CZK)
We will familiarise you with the most frequent types of manipulation/misrepresentation of historical and future financial information. We will show you how to effectively analyse financial plans and quickly identify their key deficiencies and main risks. We will share with you examples from our experience.
Specific tax treatment of lease companies
Specific tax treatment of lease companies
Ing. Klára Kameníková
I am interested in attending the training (3 000,- CZK)
You will ascertain what tax issues you may encounter when dealing with the financial products of lease companies. We will show you practical examples of how to correctly apply VAT and income tax. We will help you identify risk areas and advise you on how these can be treated, again using practical examples.
IFRS 9 in detail – hedge accounting
IFRS 9 in detail – hedge accounting
PhDr. Vladimír Dvořák, FRM
I am interested in attending the training (3 000,- CZK)
IFRS 9 brings a whole range of updates to hedge accounting, from a rebalancing possibility and net position hedging to recognising the time value in equity. The key change will be a direct link to risk management. What are the new hedge accounting requirements under IFRS 9 and what changes will they bring about in accounting records?
IFRS 9 – Financial instruments from a CFO perspective
IFRS 9 – Financial instruments from a CFO perspective
PhDr. Vladimír Dvořák, FRM
I am interested in attending the training (3 000,- CZK)
Transition to IFRS 9 will not only involve a change in accounting methods. Banks, insurance companies and other corporations will have to adjust their systems, data and communication. Accounting will be much more interlinked with risk management, thus providing different results than before. Acquaint yourself with a CFO’s key role in the implementation of this new standard.
IFRS 9 in detail – classification and measurement
IFRS 9 in detail – classification and measurement
PhDr. Vladimír Dvořák, FRM
I am interested in attending the training (6 600,- CZK)
Under the new IFRS 9 standard, the classification and measurement of financial instruments will be a major issue for financial institutions, as well as for any other businesses. Companies will have to analyse their systems, data and business strategies and prepare themselves for changes in the recognition of financial instruments and the subsequent impact on their results of operation.
IFRS 9 in detail – impairment
IFRS 9 in detail – impairment
Ing. Martin Křivánek, ACCA, FRM
I am interested in attending the training (6 600,- CZK)
The new method of calculating and reporting financial asset impairment (financial assets such as loans, receivables, securities, etc.) is the most significant change introduced by IFRS 9. Impairment will constitute a challenge for accounting departments as well as for risk management and IT, which will have to adjust systems and monitored data. Acquaint yourself with the potential impact on banks,
Czech regulatory and tax framework for qualified investor funds
Czech regulatory and tax framework for qualified investor funds
Mgr. Iva Baranová
I am interested in attending the training (3 000,- CZK)
Qualified investor funds and their investment methods are a dynamic sector, subject to increased regulation, from both a legal and tax perspective. Come learn from our professionals and discuss any issues you may find of interest in this area.
Dealing with investment related taxes
Dealing with investment related taxes
Ing. Ladislav Malůšek
I am interested in attending the training (3 000,- CZK)
This training course will help you grasp the complex issue of securities income taxation. We will focus on the types of investments most common among private persons from a tax point of view. We will deal not only with the simple ownership of securities but also with aspects of investment instrument trading. Practical examples from the investment world form an integral part of this course.
Regulation of markets in financial instruments – MiFID II / MiFIR / MAD II / MAR a PRIIPS (including 2018 updates)
Regulation of markets in financial instruments – MiFID II / MiFIR / MAD II / MAR a PRIIPS (including 2018 updates)
Ing. Martin Křivánek, ACCA, FRM
I am interested in attending the training (4 400,- CZK)
The training focuses on the new Markets in Financial Instruments Directive MiFID II, the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation MiFIR, the Directive and Regulation on Market Abuse (MAD II / MAR) and the PRIIPS regulation on packaged investment products.
New liquidity – AMSIFE10 and LISIFE11 (LCR DA), Bank financing plans – FPSIFE10
New liquidity – AMSIFE10 and LISIFE11 (LCR DA), Bank financing plans – FPSIFE10
Ing. Martin Křivánek, ACCA, FRM
I am interested in attending the training (4 400,- CZK)
Do you want to enhance the quality and accuracy of the new liquidity reporting to the Czech National Bank? Do you want to know the best way to get ready for the reporting of a bank’s funding plan? Do you need to discuss ambiguous issues? Do you want to become familiar with existing best practices and the most common methodology interpretation mistakes?