A Complete Guide to FRS 102
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
FRS 102 is the financial reporting standard which applies to most UK companies and other reporting entities, including small entities. It is important to make sure that all finance and accounting staff who are involved in preparing their company's financial statements understand what they need to do to be compliant with FRS 102.
This comprehensive one-day course will equip delegates with the knowledge of all the options available under the financial reporting framework in the UK. Attending this course will give you a complete understanding of the key concepts and principles of UK GAAP as well as explaining the additional disclosure requirements when you produce FRS 102 financial statements for your company.
The course will also explore the options available to subsidiaries of groups reporting under IFRS or UK GAAP and provide information on the reduced reporting requirements for small companies and micro-entities.
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James is a Chartered Accountant and a freelance financial reporting consultant. He was previously the National Technical Director for a top 10 UK accountancy firm where he also delivered training in all areas of financial reporting and auditing. He provides the same high level technical knowledge in a structured, comprehensible and engaging manner when presenting our financial training courses. James is also an author and editor for a number of publishers of technical material.