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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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
Ing. Petra Franclová, Ing. Martina Křížová Chrámecká, FCCA, Dimitar Georgiev
I am interested in attending the training (6 800,- 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 (6 800,- 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.
Third-party due diligence as an auxiliary tool in fraud prevention and investigation
Third-party due diligence as an auxiliary tool in fraud prevention and investigation
Ing. Maroš Holodňák
I am interested in attending the training (6 800,- CZK)
We will present to you an effective due diligence methodology that can be applied to suppliers, business partners, employees and other subjects to identify their strengths, weaknesses, reputation and any information essential in a business relationship. We will acquaint you with various information sources and current trends as well as the pitfalls of searching for information on the web.
Tax pitfalls of marketing costs for financial institutions
Tax pitfalls of marketing costs for financial institutions

I am interested in attending the training (3 500,- 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.
VAT on financial activities: Valid acts and current interpretations
VAT on financial activities: Valid acts and current interpretations
Hana Hašková
I am interested in attending the training (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.
Regulation of markets in financial instruments – MiFID II / MiFIR / MAD II / MAR a PRIIPS (including 2019 updates)
Regulation of markets in financial instruments – MiFID II / MiFIR / MAD II / MAR a PRIIPS (including 2019 updates)
Ing. Naďa Waldeckerová, Lukáš Melichárek, Ing. Martin Křivánek, ACCA, FRM
I am interested in attending the training (6 800,- 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.
Excel for reporting purposes – Utilise your data to its maximum potential!
Excel for reporting purposes – Utilise your data to its maximum potential!
Mgr. Vojtěch Bouř, Ing. Ondřej Krejčí
I am interested in attending the training (3 500,- 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.
 Audit committees in light of an amendment to Act No. 93/2009 Coll., on Auditors
Audit committees in light of an amendment to Act No. 93/2009 Coll., on Auditors
Ing. Lukáš Bajgar, ACCA
I am interested in attending the training (3 500,- CZK)
An amendment to the Act on Auditors introduces significant changes to the operation of audit committees. These changes relate to the audit committee’s structure and position, independence and professional qualification and the scope of activities the audit committees will carry out under new regulations.
How to present financial data for non-financial positions
How to present financial data for non-financial positions
Mgr. Jan Vojtko
I am interested in attending the training (agreed on an individual basis)
IFRS 9 Disclosures (also for banks accounting under Decree No. 501/2002 Coll.)
IFRS 9 Disclosures (also for banks accounting under Decree No. 501/2002 Coll.)
PhDr. Vladimír Dvořák, FRM
I am interested in attending the training (3 500,- CZK)
New IFRS 9 considerably extends the requirements for information disclosures in the notes to the financial statements. The broadening of the scope of information, and the efforts connected with obtaining and reviewing will also apply to Czech banks keeping their accounts under Czech accounting standards. What new information will have to be disclosed, and in what format?