Financial reporting quarterly update Q2
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Covered in this quarter will be:
1 ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING
- Update on Enhanced Risk Regimes
- NCA’S Suspicious Activities Report (SARs) – Annual Report
- Preparing and Submitting a Suspicious Activity Report (Including Current NCA Guidance)
- What Sort of Issues are Accountants Commonly Reporting?
- The Register of Oversea Entities: An Update
2 DORMANT COMPANIES
- What is the Accountancy Definition of a Dormant Company
- When can an AA02 be Used?
- Definition of Gross Income and How this Differs if you are Accrual Accounting v. Receipts and Payments Accounting
- Intangible Income, a Practical Guide
- Charities Act 2022 (Changes Which Came into Force in June 2023 and Those That are Expected to be Effective by the End of 2023
4 PROPERTY MATTERS
- Are Your Landlord Clients Aware of the Requirements of the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Amendment) Regulations 2022?
- Planning for Achieving a C Energy Rating
5 DATA PROTECTION
- Consideration of Your Policies and Procedures, are You Taking Reasonable Steps to Keep Your Client’s Data Secure?
Date: Wednesday 21 June 2023 NEW DATE: Thursday 13 July
Time: 10am - 12pm
CPD hours: 2
IFA members - £55
Non-members - £79
Interested in all 4? Why not purchase our 2023 Financial reporting quarterly update webinars at a discounted bundle offer of £198 for all IFA members, Contact [email protected] for more information.
About the speaker
Matthew Shaw is the Managing Director of Metis Compliance Limited. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
He has spent over 23 years in technical and training, previously being the technical director of the HAT Group of Accountants (HAT).
Matthew has lectured to accountants in practice, accountants in industry and financial institutions on UK financial reporting. He also spearheaded HAT’s response to FRS 102 and FRS 102 Section 1A, preparing disclosure checklists and work programmes.