VFR certificate, part 2: Application of valuation principles

Take a deeper dive into valuation for financial reporting and learn how to analyze impairment and assess value for intangible assets in a financial reporting context.

Event Details

Jointly Presented By:

CPA Canada and Chartered Business Valuators (CBV) Institute

Location and date:
Online On-Demand Event

Build on the fundamental principles you covered in the first part of this program. Over the course of four online modules and one formative case study, you will refine your expertise in valuation for financial reporting.

Learn about and gain access to a select number of International Financial Reporting Standards and Canadian Auditing Standards related to VFR to enhance the professional skills required for impairment testing and determining the correct approach to valuing intangible assets..

You’ll also complete an in-depth case study grounded in real-life examples so you can apply what you’ve learned about fair valuation for financial reporting and receive expert feedback.

Note: Part 2 can be taken individually or paired with Part 1 to earn the VFR Certificate.

Content coming March 2020..

Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.

Members $1,695; Non-members $1,965

8 CPD hour(s)
Pricing & registration

You will learn about:

  • impairment and valuation of intangible assets
  • business combinations and relevant financial reporting standards
  • valuing intangible assets using three approaches: cost, market and income
  • valuing intangible assets using two methods: relief from royalty or multiperiod excess earnings
  • purchase price allocation
  • your role in financial reporting as a valuation professional

Who should attend?

  • controllers
  • analysts
  • business valuators
  • auditors
  • accountants
  • Financial executives

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Build a strong foundation with the key concepts, methodology and approaches you need to perform valuations for financial reporting.


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Member Development and Support
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