"What's Your IFRS Readiness Quotient?" Webcast
"In developing an International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) transition plan, organizations will be required to start collecting data in accordance with IFRS requirements earlier than January 1, 2011. Organizations preparing financial statements under IFRS in 2011 will need to start collecting data under IFRS for comparative purposes in 2010." - The Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA) Guide to IFRS in Canada.
IFRS is the biggest regulatory issue facing Canadian businesses today. Whether you are an SAP customer or not, we can help you achieve compliance by deadline—and that deadline is quickly approaching. What’s your IFRS-readiness quotient?
Throughout the SAP, IDC, and PricewaterhouseCoopers Webcast our experts will help you learn how to plan and execute against your IFRS strategy.
From the convenience of your desk, you will:
Revisit key project timelines for IFRS compliance
Review proactive vs. reactive best practices
Gain valuable insight into planning for 2010, 2011 - and beyond
Understand the impact on conversion from a technology perspective - whether you are an SAP customer or not
Expand your knowledge and benefit from lessons already learned in 100 countries about the opportunities and the pitfalls that come with IFRS conversion
Rob Burbach, Senior Research Analyst, Canadian Financial Services, Financial Insights, IDC
Peter Hargitai, Partner, IFRS Core Team, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Behram Faroogh, IFRS SAP Champion, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Margaret Stuart, Vice President and Country Directory, SAP BusinessObjects