Accounting and Reporting for the Mining Industry
Expert Guidance on Overcoming the Unique Challenges in Accounting
and Reporting for the Extractive Industries
August 21 and 22, 2012
Optional Workshops: August 23, 2012
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Learn from experts at these organizations
- Manitou Gold Inc.
- British Columbia Securities Commission
- Accounting Standards Board
- Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
- Manning Elliott LLP
- MNP LLP
- PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
- Ernst & Young LLP
Get Strategies for Dealing with the Accounting Challenges and Preparing for Incoming Standards
- Keep abreast of upcoming IASB standards
- Prepare for IFRS 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 changes with practical implementation strategies
- Hear insights from the CICA-PDAC Mining Industry Task Force
- Learn how to account for waste removal activity
- Hear how Manitou Gold Inc. approached their financial statements
- Discover the impact of functional currency on certain equity instruments
- Hear working examples of impairment accounting application
- Get informed on IFRS, income tax, and mining concerns
- Discover what you need to know about hedging exposure
Financial accounting for mining companies is complicated by the different phases of operations - you have numerous issues to consider in your approaches to accounting and reporting. Without a solid and carefully considered approach to various accounting rules, this process can be further complicated and comparatively more expensive.
INFONEX's annual Accounting and Reporting for the Mining Industry conference brings together mining finance thought leaders to address the more important areas in accounting and reporting and discuss current practices. Examine the complex, but unique, accounting and reporting issues faced by the mining industry and consider them in the context of recent and current developments.
You will walk away with insights into the new mining rules, changes to IFRS 9-13 and how IFRIC 20 will change accounting for stripping costs. Highlights of the conference include case studies from mining companies on their financial statements and an update from the CICA-PDAC Mining Industry Task Force.
We are well beyond IFRS conversions and will be focusing on recent updates, best practices, and forward-looking concerns in accounting and reporting. Attend our annual Accounting and Reporting for the Mining Industry training event and avoid delays in your statement approvals and gain insight into the interpretation and application problems unique to the mining industry. Register today!
Who Should Attend This Event
- Chief Financial Officers
- Vice-Presidents and Directors of Finance
- Directors of Corporate Accounting
- Accountants and Auditors for Issuers
- Controllers and Accountants
- Financial Analysts
- Financial Accounting and Reporting Managers
- Regulatory Compliance Officers
Attendees are eligible for up to 21 CPE Credits
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Advance preparation: None
Program Level: Update
Instruction Method: Live/Group
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