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Valuation standards are always changing to meet the new demands of financial reporting. In this robust two-part certificate program, you will learn how to measure value, identify audit issues and select the right approach.
CPA Canada and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators
If you’re a business valuation professional, our current economic environment presents distinct and often complex challenges. Make sure you have the core knowledge and skills required in valuation for financial reporting (VFR).
Part 1 focuses on foundational principles while Part 2 dives deeper into the field with more applied concepts and exercises.
The program is designed to meet the needs of a broad range of industry leaders responsible for VFR activities, including:
Study the core concepts of valuation for financial reporting with a comprehensive and up-to-date curriculum that addresses impairment, intangible assets, market capitalization versus fair value, reasonable rates of return and more.
Part 1 content available October 31, 2019. Part 2 content coming February 28, 2020.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
Take a deeper dive into valuation for financial reporting and learn how to analyze impairment and assess value for intangible assets.
Build a strong foundation with the key concepts, methodology and approaches you need to perform valuation for financial reporting.
Member Development and Support
October 23, 2019
Stay up to date on critical indirect tax issues and network with other indirect tax professionals at Canada’s largest and longest-running indirect tax event.
October 28, 2019
If you’re a senior financial professional in the public sector or work for a not-for-profit that follows PSAB standards, this annual event in the nation’s capital is the place to be.
November 7, 2019
Join CPA Canada’s Financial Literacy Program in Ottawa, our nation’s capital, as we look at the trends changing the economic landscape and how they will affect how Canadians manage their money.