• 100 hours of faculty-led online, interactive sessions.
    • Clear your doubts with our highly comprehensive and practical knowledge sharing approach
    • Exam-focused Study Material
    • Set of Exam-standard Practice Questions

    ACCA-Strategic Business Reporting (SBR)

    This module will train you in the art of discussion, application, evaluation of concepts, principles & practices that underpin the preparation & interpretation of corporate reports in various contexts including the ethical assessment of management stewardship and the information needs of a diverse group of stakeholders.

    Duration: 25 Days (100 hrs)

    Learning mode: Faculty-led Online

    Eligibility: CA, ICWA, CS, MBA, MCom, BCom, 10+2, Anyone willing to become global CA

    Modules we cover

    1

    Fundamental Ethical and Professional Principles
      Professional behaviour and compliance with accounting standards
      Ethical requirements of corporate reporting and the consequences of unethical behaviour

    2

    The Financial Reporting Framework
      The applications, strengths and weaknesses of the accounting framework

    3

    Reporting the Financial Performance of a Range of Entities
      Revenue
      Non-current assets
      Financial instruments
      Leases
      Employee benefits
      Income taxes
      Provisions, contingencies and events after the reporting date
      Share-based payment
      Fair Value Measurement
      Reporting requirements of small and medium-sized entities (SMEs)
      Other reporting issues

    4

    Financial Statements of Groups of Entities
      Group accounting including statements of cash flows
      Associates and joint arrangements
      Changes in group structures
      Foreign transactions and entities

    5

    Interpret Financial Statements for Different Stakeholders
      Analysis and interpretation of financial information and measurement of performance

    5

    The Impact of Changes and Potential Changes in Accounting Regulation
      Discussion of solutions to current issues in financial reporting