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IFRS Certificate


CPE Credits



PICPA Member: $999 | Nonmember: $1249

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Demonstrate competency in IFRS so your expertise is borderless. Obtain the necessary proficiency in complex areas of IFRS, including financial instruments and business combinations. Get a broad overview of key IFRS definitions and concepts. Apply the fundamental principles of IFRS across a range of accounting topics. Understand the impact of the latest standards and amendments issued by the IASB.


  • Fair Value Measurement
  • Financial Instruments
  • Leases
  • Revenue Recognition
  • Joint Arrangements
  • Business Combinations
  • Foreign Currency
  • Income Taxes
  • Intangible Asset
  • Inventories
  • Investment Property

Who will it benefit?

Public practice CPAs who perform audits and accountants who prepare financial reports and work in multinational organizations, U.S.-based subsidiaries of foreign parent corporations, U.S.-based parent companies with international subsidiaries that have adopted IFRS, public companies, large private companies, public practice who serve private, public, or international companies with audit, preparation, or advisory service

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