IFRS 2016 Conference


SEPTEMBER 30, 2016, Anglo-American University, Prague

Scholars and scientific public with interest in bridging the gap between international accounting rules IFRS and local applications involved with issues of finance, accounting and management are invited to share their knowledge, understanding and experience in one day event organized by the Anglo-American University in Prague.

Academic speakers (abc):

Professor Emeritus David Alexander is a leading theorist of accounting and financial reporting focused on methodology, classification IFRS, cultural differences and practical application of IFRS in an international context. In addition David is an author of several key text books in the field, both solely and in a team.

A FILIPAndrei Filip is an associate professor at ESSEC Business School. Before joining ESSEC, he has been teaching financial accounting in Romania (ASE Bucharest), Switzerland (University of Geneva) and Canada (HEC Montréal). Andrei’s main research interests are institutional settings and financial reporting quality.

Professor Jiří Strouhal, University of Economics, Prague

Jiří Strouhal is a professor at the Unijiri-strouhalversity of Economics in Prague, Department of Business Economics. He is an author of more than thirty publications (both practical as well as research-oriented) in the field of accounting and financial management.

Professional speakers:

  • Ms. Alice Machová (Ernst & Young Czech Republic). AAlice Machova FOTOlice is the Executive Director of the Financial Accounting Advisory Services (FAAS) practice, EY Czech Republic, leader of a Central European EY cluster. Alice focuses on complex issues in CAS, IFRS, transaction accounting advisory and accounting process redesign.
  • Mr. David Muir,  expert on investment and banking with more than 30-year experience in the field from constitutions that include Abu Dhabi Investment Authority or Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce.

IFRS2013 Assoc. Prof. Jiří Strouhal, Prof. David Alexander, Prof. Paul André and Dr. Razvan Mustata (2013)


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Testimonials about the previous years:

“Useful and efficient. Feedback and discussion, both immediately after each DApresentation, and more informally over coffee, lunch and ‘au bar’, was generally very successful, and seemed to be particularly appreciated by many delegates. We plan to encourage this aspect in 2014 in every available way.”  Professor David Alexander, University of Birmingham

”A stimulating venue to debate and discuss IFRS issues of PA55concern to emerging economies, and what better place than in beautiful Prague! Professor Paul André, ESSEC Business School 


Check out the video from previous year:

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