Morgan, IASeminars expand courses
Beirut, August 20, 2008
Morgan International and IASeminars have expanded their joint course offerings for the Autumn of 2008.
To meet the ever growing demand for professional instruction in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), over 90 different technical training courses have been planned for Dubai, New Delhi and Warsaw in November 2008, said a statement.
These joint Morgan and IASeminars courses will cover a wide variety of international accounting topics, ranging from the basic to the advanced, and from the general to the specific, it said.
They include IFRS & US GAAP overview courses; GAAP comparison courses; specific technical topics (derivatives, M&A, taxes, etc.); industry-specific courses (Oil & Gas and Energy; Manufacturing; Telecoms; Construction; Real Estate; etc.); and courses on financial services (banking, insurance).
“In addition to this extensive range of public training courses, many clients may prefer the advantages of an in-house training course, whereby a highly-qualified trainer can give a standard or tailor-made course at a time and place of your company’s choosing. This could be in your offices or at another location,” a spokesman said.
Marc Gardiner, managing director of IASeminars and chief executive officer of IASeminars worldwide, said: “Since IFRS will become the basis of accounting around the world in the 21st century, it is very important for companies and individuals who seek to remain at the forefront of professional best practice to become trained in IFRS. Working with our partners at Morgan International, we have scheduled many courses in November 2008 and beyond, and we look forward to being of continued service to our clients around the world.”
Morgan International’s CEO Fadi Ganni added: “We are committed to providing more than just training. By providing distinctive added-value through our services, we guarantee the extra edge needed to move forward in the epoch of globalization.”
For a complete listing of the courses, visit http://www.morganintl.com/ifrs.html
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