<div style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;line-height:normal"><span style="font-family:"opensans-regular",sans-serif;font-size:9pt">Financial Reporting for Central Bank Transactions <strong>[21-24 September 2020]</strong></span></div> - Bank Sentral Republik Indonesia
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21 Oktober 2020
The International Workshop on Financial Reporting for Central Bank Transactions with the focus on “Central Bank Foreign Currency Transaction” is a comprehensive three-day workshop that introduces participants to the concepts, principles, of accounting for central bank unique transactions in general and would go deep into central bank foreign currency transaction. The workshop would be delivered through presentation, case study and discussion. Participants will learn comprehensive about how foreign currency transaction in central banks (framework, measurement method and recording/accounting). More over the participants will be exposed with alternatives on the foreign currency translation practices, foreign currency costing method and how it impacts the gain/loss on foreign exchange as well as how to present it in the financial statement. Participants will get insight from various speaker such as IMF and practitioners, including central banks.
Main Topics
1.  General Purpose Financial Reporting
·   Concepts and Objectives
·   Financial Reporting Standards
2.   Financial Reporting for Central Bank
·   Characteristics of Central Bank Transctions
·   Alternative Accounting Frameworks for Central Bank, including ECB and BI Accounting Standard
3.  Central Bank Foreign Exchange Transaction
·   Accounting for foreign exchange transaction under IFRS
·   Foreign Currency Transaction in Central Bank
4.  Central Bank Foreign Exchange MeasurementMethod: Net Currency Position (NCP)
5.  Case Study: Simulation of NCP Summary
The participants will be able to:
1. Understand general concept of financial reporting standard/ framework
2. Understand various references for central bank financial reporting standard/framework
3. Understand the uniqueness of central bank from finance perspective and get a comprehensive knowledge regarding foreign exchange transaction
4. Understand methodological approaches could be applied to measure foreign exchange transactions
5. Gain insights on foreign exchange measurement best practices from prominent speakers
Target Audience
This program is designed for middle-to-senior level officials working in finance/accounting of central banks, internal and external auditors to the central banks, financial risk managers and officials in financial studies on central banks and public institution.
Date     : 21-24 September 2020
Partner : International Monetary Fund (IMF), European Central Bank (ECB)


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