In today’s dynamic business world, the fair presentation of a company’s portfolio of PPE, Investment Property & Intangible Assets is of utmost importance to the decision making of stakeholders. This topic will tackle areas such as recognition and measurement criteria, alternative models for measurement subsequent to initial recognition and accounting for disposals or write-offs. We will also deal with the applicable methods of depreciation and amortisation, depending on the accounting policy being applied. Lastly, we will also discuss the different valuation methods in line with the applicable accounting standards and the importance of impairment testing.
Accounting for Assets – PPE, Investment Property & Intangible Assets
€40.00 Inc VAT
Thursday 19 December 2019 | 14:00
Venue – Landmark Business Centre
MIA Accredited | 3 hours Core in terms of the Accountancy Board’s CPE scheme.
Paul Spiteri graduated as a qualified accountant from the University of Malta in 2015 and is an Associate of the Malta Institute of Accountants. He is also a Certified Public Accountant and holds a practising certificate in auditing.
Paul joined Nexia BT in 2011, during his university studies, in which period he started to gain significant experience in auditing various companies in various sectors and has also worked in the consultancy department.
He currently works as a Group Financial Controller with an established firm in the construction industry. Paul also holds a Diploma in Insurance Accounting and Auditing.
Start date: 19/12/2019
Start time: 14:00
End time: 17:15
Venue: Landmark Business Centre - Hal Qormi
Phone: +356 27555560 / +356 77555560