2013 Australian Financial Reporting Update

Accounting Technical

May 2, 2013 05:00 GMT

May 2, 2013 06:00 GMT

Duration: 01:00

Live audio broadcast from: Sydney

Companies are experiencing complexity in interpreting financial reporting requirements in the current climate and significant accounting change is just on the horizon.

To keep current, join us for this webcast as our panel of EY professionals will examine:

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Lynda Tomkins

EY Australia

Lynda is Partner in EY and is EY’s National Leader for International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Lynda has over 20 years’ experience working in Australia, the United States, Poland, Eastern Europe and the United Kingdom. She is responsible for providing advice to clients, EY partners and staff on the interpretation and application of standards issued by the Australian Accounting standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board.

Prior to joining this group, Lynda was the technical partner in EY’s Global IFRS Services Group based in London, where her prime responsibility was ensuring the consistent interpretation and application of IFRS throughout EY globally and its clients.

Damien Jones

EY Australia

Damien is an Executive Director with EY and has over fifteen years experience in the EY Financial Services office spending the majority of his time in the UK (London) and US (New York) looking after global investment banks. During his tenure, Damien has served a range of large banking clients in an audit capacity and provided advisory solutions to financial institutions undergoing acquisitions or restructurings.

Damien is a member of the EY Global Working Group on IFRS 9 Hedging and participates in the Asia-Pacific Financial Instruments Working Group.


Graham Jackson

EY Australia

Graham is an Executive Director in EY’s Oceania Financial Accounting Advisory Services (FAAS) team and has significant experience of advising private and listed companies around the globe on financial reporting matters.

Graham has 12 years of experience in assurance, accounting and transaction advisory services and specialises in advising clients on the various implications of major accounting change, either due to regulatory developments or as a result of a transaction. Graham has led multinational teams of accounting, tax and systems professionals in these projects in the United Kingdom, Europe, Japan, United States and Australia. Graham regularly hosts client seminars and webcasts on the subject of IFRS conversion and new developments.