Date(s) - May 18, 2017
Instructor: Shawn Halladay
Lessors must be familiar not only with the requirements of IFRS 16 but also how to transition to these new lease accounting rules. This transition goes well beyond internal lessor accounting requirements, however, as the rule changes also affect your customers and how they approach leasing, meaning that lessor’s sales processes will have to adapt to be successful in this new environment.
For more information, contact Kelly Farnham.
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