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The Exchange Seminar Series: Market insights for public companies

The Exchange Seminar Series: Market insights for public companies

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MNP held a virtual Annual Financial Reporting and Regulatory Update webinar on February 23, 2022, to showcase how key reporting updates for public companies could impact you.

Everything you need to know to stay ahead of the curve

Given global market turbulence, keeping up to date with reporting and regulatory standards helps protect your organization’s bottom line. MNP held a virtual Annual Financial Reporting and Regulatory Update webinar on February 23, 2022, to showcase how key reporting updates for public companies could impact you.

In this webinar, we were joined by the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC), who discussed key developments and mandated changes in the regulatory environment for publicly traded companies. Key topics included:

  • Guidance from regulators – how to anticipate and respond
  • Accounting considerations related to COVID-19
  • Tax updates for foreign affiliates (T1134)
  • Regulatory and non-financial updates from the OSC

Presentation Resources

MNP Financial Reporting & Regulatory Update Presentation

OSC Presentation - February 2022

IAS 36 Impairment of Assets Snapshot

Impairments involving non-controlling interests (NCI)

Classification of debt with covenants

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