The program aims to explain the new Egyptian Accounting Standards, which took effect from 1/1/2008 and find out how to apply these standards and the most important problems of applying of these standards

Who should be attending?

All financial management personnel.


General framework of the Egyptian Accounting Standards and the financial statements frameworks:

General framework of the Egyptian Accounting Standards.

  • Standard No. (1): Statement presentation.
  • Standard No. (4): Lists cash flow.
  • Standard No. (5): accounting policies and changes in accounting estimates and errors.
  • Standard No. (7): The following events of the budget date.

Disclosure requirements:

  • Standard No. (15): the disclosure of related parties.
  • Standard No. (19): Disclosure of financial statements for banks and financial institutions.
  • Standard No. (21): Accounting and reporting for retirement benefit systems.
  • Standard No. (25): Financial Instruments: Disclosure and presentation.
  • Standard No. (37): insurance contracts.
  • Standard No. (38): employee benefits.
  • Standard No. (39): Payments based on shares.

Measurement of budget items, including:

  • Standard No. (2): inventory.
  • Standard No. (10): fixed assets and its depreciation.
  • Standard No. (23): intangible assets.
  • Standard No. (28):  assets and and potential liabilities .
  • Standard No. (31): Impairment of Assets.
  • Standard No. (32): non-current assets held for selling  opportunities and discontinued operations.
  • Standard No. (34): Real Estate Investment.
  • Standard No. (35): agriculture.

Investment in other companies, including:

  • Standard No. (17): consolidated and independent financial statements .
  • Standard No. (18): Investments in associated companies.
  • Standard No. (26): Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement.
  • Standard No. (27): Equity in joint ventures.
  • Standard No. (29): a business combination.

Measurement of  income items, includes:

  • Standard No. (8): construction contracts, standard No. (11): revenue.
  • Standard No. (12): Accounting for Government Grants and Disclosure of contributions.
  • Standard No. (13): the effects of changes in foreign exchange rates.
  • Standard No. (14): the cost of borrowing.
  • Standard No. (20): Rules and standards of accounting related to financial leasing.
  • Standard No. (24): income taxes.
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