The new Leasing Standard has finally been issued. The new guidance standardizes how companies should account for leases under U.S. GAAP and IFRS. This conference will go through the new guidance and address the latest developments in key areas, significant changes, scope, disclosure and impacts. There will be plenty of examples and a detailed case study.
- Review the latest changes in key areas
- Work through a number of practical examples
- Begin to assess the effects of the new standard on your company or clients
Cost $795 (save $200 off the $995 fee if you register by September 22nd).
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|Agenda: DAY 1|
|8:00||8:45||Continental Breakfast and Registration|
|8:45||10:15||Introduction of New Leasing Standard
History and Background of New Standard
Shortcomings of current lease accounting
Lease: Identification, Scope and Definition
Short Term Leases/Practical Expedient
|10:30||12:00||New Leasing Standard Continued - Plus Common Examples
Separating lease and nonlease components
Initial direct costs
Sale and leaseback transactions
Build to suit transactions
|1:00||2:15||Industry Panel Discussion
The format of this session will have three industry panelists introduce themselves, their companies and describe their lease accounting program and their lessons learned on the way to adoption. The remainder of the time will be spent on Q&A/discussion with the group.
|2:25||3:40||Transition Issues: Processes and Systems
Timeline for adoption and effective dates
What do you need to consider
What should you be doing now
Broad impact to organizations
Software tool selection
Why does it matter for tax
New issues to consider
|Agenda: DAY 2|
|8:45||10:15||Case Study by Connor Group
This morning session will include detailed case studies and examples to take you through the practical applications of the new lease accounting rules.
|10:30||12:00||Case Study by Connor Group - continued|
Qualitative including: desciption of leases, existence of extension, termination, purchase options, variable lease payments, significant judgements and assumptions and accounting policy elections.
Quantitative including: Finance lease costs, operating lease expense, short-term and variable lease cost, sublease income gains/losses from SLBs, cash payments and supplemental noncash info, remaining lease term etc.
|2:30||4:15||Accounting for Lessors
|Conference Series Speakers Include:|
|Ashima Jain PwC, Managing Director National Office|
|April Blackman KPMG Tax Manager|
|James Bell KPMG, Managing Director|
|Shauna Watson RGP, Global Managing Director|
|Chitra Samu KPMG, Director|
|Paul Shilling Starbucks|
|Rick Lawlor Microsoft|
|Darin Andreas Intel|