No. of Public CPD Points: 1.5 Points
Practice Area: Professional Skills
Training Level: General
About this Seminar
Financial statements are the key to understanding the financial position and performance of a company. They provide users with information on the financial health of a company, and provide clues as to how well the company is performing, vis a vis companies in the same industry. A clear understanding of financial statements and the basis on which they are drawn up will assist lawyers to better assess if explanations by clients on their financial standing are indeed appropriate.
Are you curious as to how to go about interpreting basic financial statements in a manner which will assist you to gain a quick sense of how financially viable an organization is? Do you wish that someone could “demystify” financial statements and the accounting process for you? Join us for this event where our speaker will share an overview of basic principles of accounting, key financial statements and the major components of balance sheet and profit and loss statements. There will be a case study on an Annual Report, which will provide a hands-on illustration on how to interpret audited financial statements and the accompanying notes to the accounts.
Who Should Attend
This seminar will be useful “Accounting 101” course for young practitioners who would like to understand basic financial statements encountered in the course of litigation / corporate work.
Tan Su-Yin, Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer, The Law Society of Singapore
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