SRA Assignments: Getting Your Report Right (Bristol)

Andrew Jarvis FCA

Date

Time

Venue

Tuesday 5th June 2018

9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Bristol Golf Course,
St. Swithins Park,
Blackhorse Hill,
Almondsbury,
Bristol,
BS10 7TP

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Overview

2018 sees the finalisation of the SRA's Reform Programme, which is likely to result in the largest change in the SRA's Accounts Rules for a generation. The existing detailed Rules will be replaced with a much briefer, principles-based set from 2019. This, together with the changes made to the Reporting Accountant's role in 2015 (the impact of which many firms are still trying deal with effectively) means firms need to adapt to stay competitive in this sector.

This course is designed to provide more experienced members of the team with an understanding of:

  • The reason for, and impact of, the forthcoming principles-based revision of the SRA Accounts Rules, both on current and future assignments;
  • A revision of changes made to accountants’ reports and what a ‘material breach’ actually means;
  • A review of how firms have dealt with the last major set of changes to the Rules dating from 2015;
  • How to tailor work to ensure an efficient and effective approach; and
  • Common breaches and issues identified on file reviews

About Andrew Jarvis FCA

Andrew is the Training Director of the HAT Group of Accountants. He lectures extensively on auditing and financial reporting areas, including SRA assignments, for a wide range of firms and levels of staff. His courses are known for their clear explanations of technical areas. Andrew also draws upon his practical experience of conducting quality control file reviews on audits and client money assignments to ensure his courses focus on practical issues.

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2018 sees the finalisation of the SRA’s Reform Programme, which is likely to result in the largest change in the SRA’s Accounts Rules for a generation. The existing detailed Rules will be replaced with a much briefer, principles-based set from 2019. This, together with the changes made to the Reporting Accountant’s role in 2015 (the impact of which many firms are still trying deal with effectively) means firms need to adapt to stay competitive in this sector.

This course is designed to provide more experienced members of the team with an understanding of:

  • The reason for, and impact of, the forthcoming principles-based revision of the SRA Accounts Rules, both on current and future assignments;
  • A revision of changes made to accountants’ reports and what a ‘material breach’ actually means;
  • A review of how firms have dealt with the last major set of changes to the Rules dating from 2015;
  • How to tailor work to ensure an efficient and effective approach; and
  • Common breaches and issues identified on file reviews