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AAT Accountancy and Finance Information Day

31 May AAT Accountancy and Finance Information Day

EIMF is having a relaxed evening of nibbles, drinks and a bit of banter here at our office in Strovolos – and we’ de like you to come along. Justin Kyriakou (International Development Manager of AAT), Gemma Baker (International Accounts Manager of AAT), Derek Carmichael (Chartered Accountant and IFRS specialist), and Marios Mortis (Trainer and Accountancy Programmes Leader of EIMF) will be giving a short – but – sweet presentation on the benefits of AAT Qualification for your finance team to get the conversation flowing.

The presentation will touch on the importance of developing a finance team of champions and on the ways AAT can contribute towards this goal. Furthermore, the presentation will provide an introduction to the most important updates on financial reporting standards, something that will enable professionals to improve their reporting quality.

We know it can be a daunting topic, and it’s tricky knowing where to begin. The finance team is the backbone of every business and that’s why it needs continuous improvement. Justin and Gemma will illustrate the way AAT improves finance team performance, Derek will introduce our new accountancy training seminars by explaining the basic practical considerations of IFRSs in a business context and Marios will describe how a company can develop a high calibre team of finance champions.

There will be plenty of time for questions and conversations. So, come on down to get a better grasp of the financial landscape.

Where | 25 Megaron Street, 2032 Strovolos, Nicosia, Cyprus

When  | 17:30 – 20:30, 5th June 2018

RSVP  | By the 4th of June 2018

 

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