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.
A course on the issues concerning real estate companies in the context of financial statements according to IFRS
A course on the issues concerning real estate companies in the context of financial statements according to IFRS
Ing. Eva Fryjaufová, ACCA
I am interested in attending the training (5 300,- CZK)
During the half-day course, we will call your attention to frequent problems of financial statements compiled according to IFRS. We will use benchmarks from already published financial statements of reality companies.
An individual training workshop for real estate companies – including an analysis of your financial statement according
An individual training workshop for real estate companies – including an analysis of your financial statement according
Ing. Eva Fryjaufová, ACCA
I am interested in attending the training (agreed on an individual basis)
We will prepare for you a tailor-made, half-day workshop in which we will discuss your financial statement prepared according to IFRS.