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Certificate in Supply Chain Analytics

About the course:

US based companies are required to follow the US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP) issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). In this program, EY professionals and senior industry experts will share perspective on the US GAAP including Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) ASC 606 – Revenue from Contract with Customers, ASC 842 - Leases, ASC 326 – Impairment of Financial Assets, ASC 860 – Transfer and Servicing Assets and Liabilities, ASC 805 - Business Combinations and Accounting Standard Updates (ASU).

The program aims to provide understanding on the US GAAP through the EY experience, while focusing on practical challenges faced by industry and professionals in the application of these standards. The program embeds an inclusive discussion on recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure requirements for different ASCs and ASUs.

Who should attend?

The program is most suited for professionals and students who are working on USGAAP or intend to learn the US GAAP and include:

  • Professional accountants, company secretaries, management accountants and other finance professionals
  • Finance managers, financial controllers, accountants
  • MBA finance professionals working in accounting domain
  • Accounting graduates

Course Coverage

  • Origin of ASC (Codification), ASC and standards issued by Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), ASU, FASB Conceptual Framework
  • Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Account, Statement Of Changes in Equity (SOCIE)
  • Statement of Cash Flows
  • Accounting Changes and Error Correction
  • Income Taxes
  • Property, Plant and Equipment
  • Goodwill and Other Intangibles
  • Inventories
  • Foreign Currency Matters
  • Business Combinations
  • Consolidated Financial Statements
  • Investment in Debt Instruments
  • Investment in Equity Instruments
  • Impairment of Financial Assets
  • Derivatives and Hedging
  • Transfer and Servicing Assets and Liabilities
  • Earnings Per Share
  • Segment Reporting
  • Share Based Payments
  • Fair Value Measurements
  • Revenue from Contract with Customers
  • Leases
   
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