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New rules from the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) will come in to affect for annual reporting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2024. But how do the IASB rules for IFRS regions differ from the FASB ones that cover US GAAP - and what should treasurers do now to prepare?
In this 45-minute online meeting, Working Capital Forum director Mike Hewitt will be speaking to Ali Ansari from Taulia and Dennis Dai from EY to get into the detail of when, why and how you need to report your use of SCF.
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If your organisation uses supply chain finance, this is your chance to get the inside track on what precisely you need to do to satisfy your auditors and your shareholders. We'll give you the information you need to start planning your own route to reporting on your use of SCF.
Dennis is a Senior Manager on the Financial Accounting Advisory Services (FAAS) team at EY. He serves as a trusted advisor in assisting companies in understanding and applying complex accounting and reporting standards with a focus on financial instruments, share-based payment and earnings per share topics. He also has industry experience with technical accounting and SEC reporting.
Mike has been CEO of Adaugeo Media, the company behind The Working Capital Forum, since 2012. Before that he was CEO of the European operations of the Association for Financial Professionals. Mike is a regular speaker, writer and moderator on working capital and treasury management topics.
At Taulia, Ali Ansari is responsible for developing new solutions, driving growth and expanding the business internationally, directly and via bank partnerships. His previous experience includes senior roles at HSBC, SMBC, Bank of America and JP Morgan.
The Working Capital Forum is a networking group for those in treasury, payments and procurement with a shared interest in optimising working capital. We hold regular conferences and meetings in global financial centres, both online and in our legendary round-table lunches.
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