Upcoming training courses

IFRS 9 in detail – impairment
IFRS 9 in detail – impairment
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 constitutes a challenge for accounting departments as well as for risk management and IT, which will have to adjust systems and monitored data.
HR Academy: Latest developments in labour law – recent jurisprudence and legislation
HR Academy: Latest developments in labour law – recent jurisprudence and legislation
Keeping up with legislative changes in labour law is not easy. Case law, often addressing situations not expressly provided for by law, also plays an important role. Our training course will thus acquaint you with the most important matters that have recently occurred in the labour law arena.
New IFRS 16
New IFRS 16
Ing. Lucie Medřická
25. 10. 2019 (3 500,- CZK)
You will become acquainted with the impact of the new standard on accounting for leases under IFRS. You will be able to better plan your strategic decisions relating to the purchase or lease of non-current assets.
IBOR reform
IBOR reform
Ing. Šimon Kolář, FRM
30. 10. 2019 (3 500,- CZK)
The European Benchmark Regulation (BMR) and the decision of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), a British regulator, to lift the requirement to publish the LIBOR rate will change how certain IBOR-type interbank rates (e.g. EURIBOR, PRIBOR and EONIA) are set, and may even result in their abolition and replacement.
Employee benefits under IAS 19
Employee benefits under IAS 19
Ing. Viktor Brůžek
31. 10. 2019 (3 500,- 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 treatment of marketing activities: what deserves our attention?
Tax treatment of marketing activities: what deserves our attention?
Eva Lenzová, Ing. Hana Čuříková
31. 10. 2019 (5 900,- CZK)
You will learn about tax issues that may arise when organising various marketing events and about any associated risks. Attention will primarily be paid to advertising campaigns by companies involved in trading and manufacturing. For illustration, we will use examples from our practical experience and derive information from the Supreme Administrative Court’s existing case law.
IFRS 9 in detail – classification and measurement
IFRS 9 in detail – classification and measurement
Ing. Šimon Kolář, FRM
6. 11. 2019 (3 500,- 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. Changes of accounting rules require changes in systems, data, and business strategy as well as an adjustment of the recognition of financial instruments affecting the results of operations.
Module 3: Risk management (FRM) within Compliance
Module 3: Risk management (FRM) within Compliance
Tereza Jechová, MSc, CCEP-I, CIPP/E, CIPM
7. 11. 2019 (10 000,- CZK)
KPMG Compliance Officer Programme: Module 3
IFRS 17: Main aspects of the new accounting standard
IFRS 17: Main aspects of the new accounting standard
Ing. Viktor Brůžek, Mgr. Martin Hrdý, FCCA
13. 11. 2019 (6 800,- CZK)
Would you like to obtain a quick overview of the main technical aspects and practical impacts of IFRS 17, the new accounting standard for insurance companies? Are you preparing for the planned changes in processes and reporting of insurance companies according to the new standard? Would you like to consult on uncertainties? Then this training course is intended for you.
HR data – analysis and reporting
HR data – analysis and reporting
Martin Matějka
14. 11. 2019 (6 800,- CZK)
Decision-making based on data rather than intuition may be applied in managing human resources as well. Analysing HR data will help you identify opportunities for improving existing processes and procedures. The training course focuses on the principles of systematically working with data, the definition of HR metrics, and the technical knowledge required for basic data analysis.
IFRS 9 in detail – hedge accounting
IFRS 9 in detail – hedge accounting
PhDr. Vladimír Dvořák, FRM
14. 11. 2019 (3 500,- CZK)
Hedge accounting pursuant to the new standard has been applied by some companies for two years; audits have been carried out; common practice has been established in banks and manufacturing companies concerning the scope of documentation, the calculation of non-effectiveness, quality assessment options, etc.
Preparing cash flow statements under Czech and International Accounting Standards
Preparing cash flow statements under Czech and International Accounting Standards
Barbora Straková, Ing. Miroslava Prokešová
19. 11. 2019 (6 800,- CZK)
We will help you understand the basic principles and methods behind the cash flow statement, its coherence with other statements and calculation procedures necessary for preparing this statement.
A strong anti-corruption programme – why have it and how to recognise it?
A strong anti-corruption programme – why have it and how to recognise it?
Štěpánka Černá, Tomáš Procházka
19. 11. 2019 (3 600,- CZK)
Ever-growing demands on compliance with anti-corruption regulations bring new challenges related to bribery and corruption. Practical examples will show you how to introduce an efficient anti-corruption programme with a positive effect on the fulfilment of your company’s strategic and business goals.
Actuarial training for non-actuaries
Actuarial training for non-actuaries
Ing. Viktor Brůžek
20. 11. 2019 (6 800,- 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.
HR Academy: Home office, business trips and other issues related with the place of work
HR Academy: Home office, business trips and other issues related with the place of work
In our modern technology times, it is no longer a problem to work full-time from home, a café or anywhere with network coverage. As part of our training course, we will advise you on how to introduce a home office policy that will minimise the related legal risks, but also focus on other cases of work performed outside of common workplace.
Module 4: Compliance controls and their setup
Module 4: Compliance controls and their setup
Tereza Jechová, MSc, CCEP-I, CIPP/E, CIPM
22. 11. 2019 (10 000,- CZK)
KPMG Compliance Officer Programme: Module 4
VAT on international business transactions – practical examples
VAT on international business transactions – practical examples
Hana Hašková, Petra Němcová
26. 11. 2019 (4 500,- CZK)
Based on practical examples of business transactions, you will get comprehensive information about applying VAT in international trade. We will point out what pitfalls you may come across when providing these services and you will be able to define potential risks and ways how to avoid them.
CRR / CRD IV / Basel III and its regulatory implications, COREP and FINREP using methodology set for 2020
CRR / CRD IV / Basel III and its regulatory implications, COREP and FINREP using methodology set for 2020
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 with experts? Do you quickly and effectively want to understand the implications of the new regulation and reporting requirements?
Real estate companies hedging FX differences from loans
Real estate companies hedging FX differences from loans
PhDr. Vladimír Dvořák, FRM
28. 11. 2019 (3 500,- CZK)
Real estate companies traditionally use hedge accounting for foreign currency loans to balance the impact of foreign currency loan revaluations on their income statement. As advisors and auditors, we are familiar with the many ways how companies tackle hedge accounting. Sometimes, they proceed correctly; other times, they fail to comply with IFRS requirements on documentation and testing.
Intra-group services and their tax implications
Intra-group services and their tax implications
Ing. Petr Bruštík, Olga Těhlová, Soňa Saidlová
28. 11. 2019 (5 900,- CZK)
We will acquaint you with the tax implications that may arise when providing services within a group of companies. We will focus on transfer prices and cost sharing. Attention will also be drawn to instances in which the provision of services may lead to the formation of a permanent establishment and to instances in which payments for services may be subject to withholding tax.
Preparation of COREP and FINREP reports under 2020 methodology
Preparation of COREP and FINREP reports under 2020 methodology
Ing. Naďa Waldeckerová, Ing. Šimon Kolář, FRM
10. 12. 2019 (25 000,- CZK)
Workshop: Capital adequacy, liquidity, leverage, encumbered assets, non-performing exposures, forbearance exposures, prudential consolidation, et al.
The pitfalls of deferred and effective tax in Czech accounting and IFRS
The pitfalls of deferred and effective tax in Czech accounting and IFRS
Eliška Tlučhořová
11. 12. 2019 (6 800,- CZK)
The calculation, recognition and presentation of deferred tax is a relatively laborious exercise that many companies are not exactly keen on. It requires a good knowledge of accounting theory and tax rules as well as an understanding of the substance of the transactions that result in deferred tax.
Employee experience management
Employee experience management
Kateřina Coops
12. 12. 2019 (6 800,- CZK)
As we manage the expectations and experience of our customers, today, great emphasis has been put on the positive experience of our employees. Only in this manner can we provide the best services and create competitive products.
Module 6: Compliance digitalisation and transformation
Module 6: Compliance digitalisation and transformation
Tereza Jechová, MSc, CCEP-I, CIPP/E, CIPM
17. 12. 2019 (10 000,- CZK)
KPMG Compliance Officer Programme: Module 6
HR Academy: Basic labour-law knowledge requirements for HR staff and management
HR Academy: Basic labour-law knowledge requirements for HR staff and management
How to handle employee recruitment, how to deal with employees in the course of their employment relationship and how to address various difficulties? As part of our training course, we will provide a basic overview of Czech labour law, focus on frequent mistakes, and recommend practical procedures.
Module 7: How to build a Compliance function
Module 7: How to build a Compliance function
Tereza Jechová, MSc, CCEP-I, CIPP/E, CIPM
28. 1. 2020 (12 000,- CZK)
KPMG Compliance Manager Programme: Module 7
HR Academy: Employee remuneration and equal treatment
HR Academy: Employee remuneration and equal treatment
In a period of low unemployment, employers have no choice but to motivate their employees by attractive remuneration. However, in setting up remuneration schemes it is necessary to respect a great deal of legal restrictions. The obligation to ensure equal treatment also forms a significant constraint. We will advise you on how to approach employee remuneration and how to minimise the risk of sanct
Module 8: Compliance function management and reporting
Module 8: Compliance function management and reporting
Tereza Jechová, MSc, CCEP-I, CIPP/E, CIPM
25. 2. 2020 (12 000,- CZK)
KPMG Compliance Manager Programme: Module 8
HR Academy: Problematic employment terminations
HR Academy: Problematic employment terminations
Terminating employment relationships is one of an employer’s most difficult tasks, bound by strict legislative requirements and case law to be complied with. Terminating employment relationships incorrectly, employers face the risk of prolonged litigation and significant costs. In the training course, we will share practical experience and advise you on how to avoid most frequent mistakes.
Module 9: Leadership for Compliance
Module 9: Leadership for Compliance
KPMG Compliance Manager Programme: Module 9
How to transform customer experience
How to transform customer experience
Ing. Lucie Pivoňková, Jan Klimeš, Lukáš Cingr
7. 4. 2020 (7 300,- CZK)
Ours is the age of the customer. Today’s customers expect more for less and price is not always the deciding factor. Experience is the buzzword, talked about in boardrooms and Facebook, watched on YouTube. But what does customer experience really mean? Can it be measured? Managed? Transformed? These are questions we would like to address during this interactive training course.
HR Academy: Employing foreigners and posting workers abroad – practical issues
HR Academy: Employing foreigners and posting workers abroad – practical issues
The current situation in the job market is forcing employers to look for labour abroad. Employing foreigners, however, entails a number of duties. We will summarise these for you, and share our experience with the necessary permits and administrative authorities’ practices. We will also look into the posting of workers abroad, both as a provision of services and within multinational groups.
HR Academy: Risks associated with outsourcing – how to avoid misclassification of employees as independent contractors
HR Academy: Risks associated with outsourcing – how to avoid misclassification of employees as independent contractors
Outsourcing that has been set up correctly can form a useful tool, however, it is bound by strict legal regulation. There is a very fine dividing line between legal outsourcing and the misclassification of employees as independent contractors or obscure agency employment subject to millions in fines.
HR Academy: Personal data processing and employee monitoring possibilities
HR Academy: Personal data processing and employee monitoring possibilities
Monitoring employees and handling their data are bound by strict rules. By their violation an employer is liable to serious penalties. The training will guide you through this complex area. We will share practical experience and observations relating to the latest decisions of regulatory authorities. We will also focus on the impacts of the GDPR.