This accounting course has been designed to compare and contrast the accounting requirements of those companies that are listed on either the AIM market, Plus Market or as a fully listed company with the regulations which apply to private companies.
The course will concentrate primarily on the additional obligations imposed by the relevant listing rules but it will also consider the other differences that exist within the legislation and within specific accounting standards.
The course is organised so that the three alternative sets of rules will be considered under the following topic headings. The course will also consider the audit issues raised by the additional obligations placed upon the management when an entity becomes AIM listed.
Directors and management information
Additional listed company statements
Other reporting concessions and options
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