Examine fair value from all sides and translate your new insights directly into financial reporting.
Apr 22 - Apr 23, 2021
NASBA Field of Study
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Through a mix of live, instructor-led sessions and online courses on practical application, you will gain hands-on experience while interacting with your instructor and peers in a collegial setting, you’ll evaluate real-world case studies and participate in extended Q&A opportunities.
For best results, please ensure your video and audio are operating properly. Zoom system requirements. Accessing the live sessions: Your Zoom link will be emailed to you approximately 3 days prior to the start of the event.
You’ll also receive access to these testing goodwill for impairment articles to help you prepare for the workshop:
Introductions and Seminar Overview
Overview of Fair Value Accounting 1. The changing economic and regulatory environment 2. Accounting and auditing standards setting and enforcement 3. FASB and IASB convergence project 4. Public versus private company reporting
FASB ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement
Mid-day break and optional supplemental review on testing goodwill for impairment articles
Office hours with Mark Zyla
Fair Value Measurements in Business Combinations
Testing for Subsequent Impairment of Fair Value
Private Company Alternatives in Fair Value Accounting
Valuations of Privately-Held-Company Equity Securities Issued as Compensation
Fair Value Under IFRS
The Cost Approach
The Market Approach
The Income Approach
Mandatory Performance Framework
How Intangible Assets Create Value
Fair Value Measurements: Audit Considerations
Group Case Study
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Explore each day’s sessions and activities, plus our lineup of expert speakers.
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