We offer trainings in the following key areas:
We offer two types of trainings: open or corporate.
This course is intended for accounting professionals who wish to become proficient in preparing financial statements according to CFRS – Croatian Financial Reporting Standards. CFRS regulate creation, presentation and reporting of financial statements for companies which are not obliged to follow IFRS. These are in general small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs). The course consists of eight modules in total, in duration of four hours each. Tutors are our experts with extensive experience in working with the SMEs. The instruction will draw on real business scenarios. Participants are welcome to put forth examples relevant to their industry.
Every business activity or decision has an effect on the company’s bottom line. In order for employees to feel more accountable and engaged, they need to understand how their individual day-to-day responsibilities translate into money flows. This course is intended to familiarise the non-finance professionals with the basics of accounting, finance and tax, including topics such as: interpretation of financial statements; basic accounting concepts; ability to perform simple budgeting projections, basic tax implications and similar topics of relevance to small, medium and large businesses alike.
This course is dedicated to accounting professionals and will help them gain understanding of the different ways to account for leasing depending on the leasing type: operating or financial. Our tutors will demonstrate industry’s best-practices through real business examples. Participants are welcome to put forth their own examples to make the learning more relevant.
The seminar is focused on the consolidation of complex groups and key steps in the consolidation process. You will learn about the implications of transactions under common control (e.g. merging subsidiaries, restructuring a group) and changes in ownership of companies. We will also discuss the specifics of internal group transactions and transactions with owners.
This seminar deals with the financial reporting changes due to become effective 1 January 2017. IFRS 15 defines the manner and timing of the recognition of revenue, and replaces MRS 11 and MRS 18, IFRIC 13, 15 and 18. The seminar is suitable for professionals in accounting, controlling, internal and external audit, and those working in banks and insurance companies, and is intended to assist these professionals in understanding the impact of this new standard on their financial results.
This seminar deals with the changes in accounting treatment of financial instruments which becomes effective on 1 January 2018. Depending on their classification, financial instruments are recorded differently which will have an impact on the company’s financial position and profitability. The seminar is suitable for professionals in accounting, controlling, internal and external audit, and those working in banks and insurance companies, and is intended to assist these professionals in understanding the impact of this new standard on their financial results.
This seminar deals with two currently relevant taxation topics: transfer pricing setting and application, and corporate income tax calculation for 2014. Through practical examples, course participants will learn the guidelines for setting of the price for goods and services sold between related legal entities within an enterprise, as well as their tax implications and the latest regulatory changes. The corporate income tax calculation for 2014. will be explained through practical examples of increasing/decreasing of tax base which have been found contentious, as well as identifying all other opportunities for tax base modification in line with the current regulation.