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IFRS 9 – Impairments under the New Standard

IFRS 9 – Impairments under the New Standard

The seminar IFRS 9 – Impairments under the New Standard is organized as an open seminar for employees from different institutions and also as an in-house seminar organized for employees of clients with tailor made requirements.

Objectives of the seminar

The aim of the seminar is to explain the content of IFRS 9 standard, focusing on calculation of impairments. The participants will learn how to calculate „Expected credit loss“, so that both quantitative and qualitative requirements are met. Furthermore, the participants will familiarize themselves with the specifics of IFRS 9 implementation and disclosure of information based on BCBS principles.

For whom it is intended

The seminar is intended for analysts and other specialists responsible for implementation of IFRS 9 and calculation of „Expected credit losses“, or its sub-parts.


Seminar content

  1. Theoretical Background
  2. Introduction to IFRS 9 Issue
  3. Exposures Treatment under IFRS 9
  4. Calculation of "12M Expected Credit Losses“
  5. Calculation of "Lifetime Expected Credit Losses“
  6. Data Base
  7. Implementation of IFRS 9
  8. Disclosure of Information under BCBS Principles


Currently no open seminar is organized. If you are interested in this topic please contact us and we will be delighted to prepare an in-house seminar for you.