Irish GAAP Update


This one day course aims to provide delegates with a detailed review of the latest developments in local financial reporting over the previous 12 months. The course covers the latest changes to local standards, FRS 102, FRS 102 Section 1A and FRS 105, as well as an analysis of how they are working in practice.

Venue details:  
Chartered Accountants House, , Dublin
Start date & time:  
21 September 2020 09:30
End date & time:  
21 September 2020 18:00
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Product type:  
CPD course
Financial reporting

Who should attend

The course is particularly designed to help both preparers, and users of local company accounts, to understand the changes being introduced to their annual reporting. It should also help those recently qualified accountants brought up on IFRS to understand some of the key differences from full IFRS.

Course overview

The list of topics will vary according to the latest pronouncements emerging from the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) but will include the following:

  • The application of the FRSs in the previous 12 months
  • FRS 102 Section 1A The small entity regime - key disclosures
  • FRS 102 Amendments introduced in January 2019
  • FRS 105 The micro entity regime - key differences from FRS 102

Key learning outccomes

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Have a clearer understanding of how FRS 102 and 105 are working in practice
  • Have an awareness of the latest changes to both standards from January 2019

Speaker bio

Robert has lectured extensively within Ireland and Great Britain on accounting standards to such diverse organisations as British Gas Plc, The Post Office, British Aerospace Plc, NATO, Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Ireland, John Laing Plc, Barclays Bank, Deloitte (Dublin) and Reed International Plc. He has lectured on IFRS standards to major companies in Cyprus, United States, Bahrain, South Africa, Zambia and Ghana. He has published 14 books on the subject both in Ireland and GB.