Responding to COVID-19: insight, support and guidance
Local authorities are increasingly facing the challenge of producing group accounts, or including transactions and balances with other entities, into their single entity accounts. This highly practical course, full of worked examples and exercises, proformas, hints and tips, offers a full overview of the process. It will support you in determining your group boundary, consolidating your subsidiaries, applying equity accounting to associates and joint ventures, and recognising transactions and balances for joint operations and other collaborative arrangements into your single entity accounts.
09 November 2022Starts: 10:00Ends: 13:15
£0.00 excl VAT
The event is run as two half day sessions on:
Delegates should book on the event on 8 November using a prepaid place or payment, then confirm a complimentary place on the event on 9 November.
These webinars are designed for local authority accountants looking to advance their understanding of the CIPFA/LASAAC Accounting Code of Practice on how to:
Subscribers to the Finance Advisory Network can use a prepaid place to attend, or purchase additional discounted places at the rate of £295 + VAT. The cost for non-subscribers is £345 + VAT. Once you have booked your place you will be sent details of how to join.
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Graham is a well-known thought leader on public sector audit, governance and financial reporting. He has worked extensively across the public sector in the UK in both internal and external audit including as Head of Internal Audit at Brighton and Hove City Council and the University of Hull, as the Audit Commission’s local government technical lead and in establishing Grant Thornton’s highly regarded public sector technical team. He is Managing Director of LPFG Ltd, an independent consultancy providing support to the public sector and a visiting lecturer on audit and assurance at Canterbury and Christ Church University.
Introduction to accounting for groups and collaborative arrangements (day one)