EY Accounting Technical Webcast
Clarifications to IFRS 15
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Our panel of EY subject-matter professionals will discuss the International Accounting Standards Board’s (IASB) recent amendments, Clarifications to IFRS 15, and will highlight practical challenges and a variety of examples.
Our panel will also highlight the latest thinking on selected questions discussed by members of the IASB/FASB Joint Transition Resource Group (TRG).
In this webcast, we will discuss:
- An overview of the IASB’s clarifications to the requirements for:
- Identifying the Performance Obligations in the Contract (Step 2) of the new revenue recognition model
- Principal versus Agent Application Guidance
- Licensing Application Guidance
- Transitioning to IFRS 15
- Key implications of the clarifications
- Key implications of selected discussions by the TRG
Angela Covic is an Executive Director of Ernst & Young LLP in the UK, in its Professional Practice – IFRS Services group. She is also a member of the EY Global subject matter groups for Revenue Recognition and Fair Value Measurement.
Charlene Teo is a Senior Manager with Ernst & Young LLP in Singapore, in its Professional Practice – IFRS Services group. She is also a member of the EY Global Revenue Recognition subject matter group and IFRS sector groups for Power & Utilities and Technology.
Alexandra (Sasha) Poddubnaya
Sasha Poddubnaya is a Senior Manager of Ernst & Young LLP in the UK, in its Professional Practice – IFRS Services group. Sasha is also a member of the EY Global Revenue Recognition and Presentation and Disclosure subject matter groups.
Steve Martin is a Partner in the Ernst & Young LLP Capital Markets and IFRS Services practice in London. He is also a member of the EY Global Revenue Recognition subject matter group and its IFRS sector group for Technology.