Wednesday, December 20 | 15:00 CET
IFRS 16 will eliminate nearly all off-balance-sheet accounting for lessees, impacting many commonly used financial metrics, including earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization. The new regulation will have a major impact on the amount of debt reported on the balance sheets of companies that lease big-ticket assets such as real estate, manufacturing equipment, aircraft, and technology.
IFRS 16 will take effect 1 January 2019, and its impact should not be underestimated—the changes may affect credit ratings, borrowing costs, and even stakeholders’ perception of a company.
As a services firm, Satriun Group is currently implementing IFRS 16 changes at a number of corporations. In this webinar, Satriun will discuss:
- How Anaplan’s platform can support overcoming lease accounting implementation challenges and ensure compliance with the new regulation
- Best practices implementing IFRS 16 in the Netherlands
Casper van Leeuwen is Partner at Satriun and the project manager for several IFRS 16 implementations. In this role, Casper is directly involved in dealing with the many challenges that come with the standard.
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