What is the webcast about?
In this webcast, our subject matter professional discusses the key changes brought out by the revised Schedule VI and its significant impact on companies. The webcast also covers the major challenges and issues that companies may face in the implementation of revised Schedule VI.
Tune in to listen to the archived version of our webcast on revised Schedule VI. The webcast was hosted by Dolphy D'Souza Head – Technical Directorate, Assurance services and National Leader, IFRS Services, Ernst & Young Pvt. Ltd. Click here to begin!
Background on revised Schedule VI
The revised Schedule VI is applicable for financial year ending 31 March 2012 and onwards.
The applicability of revised Schedule VI impacts not only the format of financial statements significantly, but it may also have considerable business and other impact as well. In addition to this, many companies will need to update their IT systems to meet additional presentation and disclosure requirements.
To provide guidance on various application issues arising from revised Schedule VI, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India has issued a Guidance Note on revised Schedule VI.
Here is the agenda of the webcast:
- An overview of the revised Schedule VI and major changes
- Practical implementation challenges
- Key impacts and unresolved issues
Take this opportunity to understand the revised Schedule VI and its business implications, as well as other impact.
Technical details of the webcast
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