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the principles of ethical leadership
The new Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) Topic 842, leases, issued to replace the previous leases standard ASC 840. Thanks to the now required implementation of ASC 842, which demands that lessees record nearly all leases on their balance sheets, public businesses are now seeing their balance sheets “blowing up.” It’s not just public businesses, as non-public companies are being put on notice for an upcoming effective date of their own ASC 842 mandates.
This standard became effective from the calendar year started on January 1, 2019, for the public companies. For private companies, the standard will be effective from the calendar year beginning January 1, 2020. ASC Topic 842 will substantially alter how companies account for leases in their financial statements. This new standard brings most operating leases, which were accounted for off-balance sheet under the previous leases standard ASC 840, onto the balance sheet. That's why the question of whether a contract is within the scope of leases or not is essential to be considered. This webinar discusses the definition of the lease and the criteria that must be met for a contract to constitute a lease agreement.
This course guides the audience to correctly identify whether a contract is a lease or contains a lease and explains how to distinguish it from the other non-lease service contracts. Under this standard, lease identification is a critical process; this course will analyze this process step-by-step, providing practical examples, which will clarify the implementation issues associated with that process.
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Chief Financial Officer, Massaleh Investment Co.
Moataz has over 15 years of accounting, budgeting, auditing, consolidated financials, IFRS, US GAAP, and other aspects of the financial field.
Moataz began his career as an external auditor for a member firm of an international association providing audit & assurance services worldwide, working with various clients in the education, investment, automotive, constrictions, oil, and manufacturing sectors in the State of Kuwait.
Since 2013, Moataz has held executive positions in Kuwaiti stockbrokers' companies and investment groups.
Moataz gained his experience from solving day-to-day work problems, helping entities implement proper accounting systems; thus, he can support the theoretical topics with practical cases, allowing the audience to realize the maximum benefit from attending his courses.
Moataz holds a bachelor's degree in Accounting from Alexandria University, Egypt, certified in IFRS from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, London, UK. Also, he is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in North Dakota, USA.
Charles Seltman ,
Jan 19th 2021
Almost too elementary. Started off as though we know nothing about leases. Also speaker spoke too quietly - had to have volume all the way up - or not close enough to the microphone. I put that into the 'chat' and the volume did increase for the last half of the seminar.