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  • Audit Committee Considerations for Half Year and Annual Reporting Webinar REGISTER

Webinar: Audit Committee Considerations for Half Year and Annual Reporting

Date: 18 June 2020
Time: 12:00 - 13:00

  

Tom Horigan
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  • Summary

On Thursday 18 June we will be hosting a webinar for Audit Committees. We will be discussing half yearly and annual reporting considerations from a commercial perspective including:

  • Regulatory and investor perspectives including workforce engagement
  • Going Concern issues
  • Post balance sheets
  • Other key areas such as APMs, Impairment, Deferred Tax, IFRS 9, Onerous Leases and Lease Amendments, and Corporate Governance Codes

Click here to join the webinar – please make sure you register in advance. We look forward to welcoming you on the day.

Speakers:

Matthew White - Senior Partner: Matthew is BDO’s Senior Partner. He is also an assurance partner in our professional services group. He has significant experience in advising professional service firms in the legal, accountancy and consulting sub sectors.

Scott Knight - Head of Audit: Scott leads the firm’s A&A practice and is an experienced audit partner working with FTSE 100, FTSE 250 and AIM clients. He is a Member of the FRC’s Audit and Assurance Council which advises the FRC Board on related matters.

Andy Viner - Audit Partner & Global Head of Media: Andy is an assurance and business advisory partner with overall responsibility for the media and entertainment team both in the UK and globally.

Anthony Appleton - Partner: Anthony recently joined BDO and for the last six years he has overseen the development of UK Financial Reporting Standards and led the UK’s work on influencing the development and endorsement of IFRS and the development of narrative reporting policy including the FRC’s guidance on the strategic report.

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