New UK GAAP is now a reality for the reporting entities in the UK, therefore it really is crunch time for you and your clients.
This conference is specifically designed for partners and those in management roles with responsibility for clients using UK GAAP. The conference will provide a thorough insight into the changes, help you develop your knowledge and look at the practical implications in key areas.
This session will cover some of the main legal implications of New UK GAAP, including:
Alex Peal, James Cowper Kreston
Alex will share his experience of the practical issues arising in the context of adopting FRS 102. This will include:
Jo Houghton, Mercia Group Limited
This session will outline the tax implications of adopting New UK GAAP, reflecting current tax legislation. In particular the session will review the treatment of:
David Smith, Mercia Group Limited
There once was an ugly duckling, with disclosures that would make you frown, and accountants said, just 3 pages? Micro? Get out of town!
However, changes for small entities have prompted businesses and advisors to take a second look at UK financial reporting’s ugly duckling. In this session, David will look at the practicalities and potential pitfalls for entities reporting under FRS 105 for the first time, asking whether micro-entity reporting is a very fine swan (indeed), or just the least ugly option.
John Selwood, Revolution Solutions Limited
John will use a case study to show the detailed workings behind first time adoption. This session will cover:
This session will outline the key accounting issues that will arise for charities, LLPs and pension schemes on adoption of FRS 102. Following the changes to company financial reporting, the removal of the FRSSE and the introduction of Section 1A in FRS 102 it is anticipated that there will be changes for charities and LLPs in 2016. These changes will also be covered in summary in the session.
4.30pm Close of conference