Financial Training - FRS 102 IS HERE!

Training in Berkshire

Pincott Lee are not just about Accountancy and business services.

Robin Pincott specialises in UK and IFRS Financial Reporting. He has designed, developed and delivered bespoke training programmes for large and small organisations in CPD, project based and business transformation scenarios.

FRS 102 went live for accounting periods beginning on or after 1st January 2015.

Based on the International Financial Reporting Standard for Small-Medium Entities (IFRS for SMEs), FRS 102 brings about a simplified reporting regime for entities that will fall under its scope as well as introducing more up-to-date and relevant accounting requirements that have fallen behind in existing UK GAAP.

FRS 102 becomes mandatory for accounting periods commencing on or after 1 January 2015, with early adoption allowed and there are a lot of issues that practitioners dealing with clients for whom this standard will be applicable must consider well before this date.

We are perfectly placed to meet your firm's needs. We can provide in-house training to bring your staff up to speed and subsequent consultancy services to help you and your clients convert to the new regime. We will also undertake file reviews to ensure compliance going forward.

Robin also lectures in the professional qualifications for BPP, Kaplan and Reed Business School in all the main Institute qualifications, achieving excellent pass rates.

We also offer financial training in a range of other areas:

  • Bookkeeping
  • Training for all Institute exams
  • CPD for Accountants
  • IFRS and FRS 102
  • Small GAAP from the FRSSE to the IFRS for SMEs and FRS 102

Call us on 0118 940 6058 to discuss our In-House Training sessions for a cost-effective solution focussed on your particular needs.

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