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Year-end reminders 2018/19

As finance teams prepare to finalise the 2018/19, this webinar highlights the key issues to be considered.

The webinar will provide a high-level reminder of the key issues for this financial year, such as:
•The new accounting standards IFRS 9 and 15, in particular, disclosure requirements
•Key estimate and judgements
•Asset valuations
•Remuneration reports
•Reliance on third party information
Recorded Mar 28 2019 69 mins
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John Farrar & Thomas Ball, Grant Thornton
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