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The Irish Financial Reporting Conference 2017

The Irish Financial Reporting Conference 2017

30 March 2017
Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport

The implementation of FRS 102 in 2016 was a challenge. For many it is still a challenge. New accounting policies, new accounting treatments, cashflows in for everyone, the transition requirements and most importantly just getting financial statements produced in the correct format. Even small entities that did not have substantial transition adjustments took time to get the accounts right.

The new financial reporting framework was a steep learning curve and it cost time and money to get it right.

More Changes for 2017

On the back of Companies Act 2014 and FRS 102 now we are faced with more changes for 2017.

  • The small entities regime and S.1A of FRS 102
  • The micro entities regime and FRS 105
  • The Companies Accounting Bill 2016
  • Transitioning from the August 2014 version of FRS102 to the September 2015 version, S.1A of FRS102 and FRS 105
  • Transition from the FRSSE to S.1A of FRS102 and FRS 105

More change. More learning. More time. More irrecoverable cost producing accounts. More headaches and stress.

The Solution

Here in OmniPro we always strive to alleviate the headaches and stress, reduce the cost and burden of compliance and ultimately free up time for you to spend doing what you are best positioned to do; advising your clients on how to grow and develop their businesses.

The Financial Reporting Conference 2017 has been designed to do just that. This 1 day multi-stream event brings together Ireland’s leading Financial Reporting, Auditing, Company Law and Tax experts and represents one of the most extensive and comprehensive Financial Reporting Conference to ever be run in Ireland.


Conference Schedule





Opening Round Table



Transitioning to FRS 105 from FRSSE

FRS 102 – 12 Months On – The Lessons Learned

John Murphy – OmniPro

Christy Kearney

Tea & Coffee Break


Transitioning to S.1A from FRS 102

FRS 105 Asset, Liabilities & Equity

John Murphy – OmniPro Christy Kearney


The Tax Implications of FRS 102 and FRS 105

Companies Bill 2016

John Murphy – OmniPro Des O’Neill & David O’Connor – OmniPro


FRS 102 Consolidations

FRS 102 Asset Issues

John Murphy – OmniPro

Christy Kearney



Financial Instruments under FRS 102

FRS 102 Most Common Queries Over the Past 12 Months
Christy Kearney

Des O’Neill & David O’Connor – OmniPro

Tea & Coffee Break


Transitioning to S.1A from FRSSE

FRS 102 Liability & Equity Issues

John Murphy & Des O’Neill – OmniPro Christy Kearney


Closing Round Table

Why not spread the knowledge throughout the entire Organisation? We have fantastic discounts when you book multiple attendees from your Practice on The Irish Financial Reporting Conference 2017:

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