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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 CBV Institute
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
Canada’s accounting and auditing standards boards have a lot going on. Make sure you stay up to date on changes and get involved in standards development through the boards’ webinars and events.
December 9, 2019
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