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1 Winner of HUMAN RESOURCES MINISTER AWARD 2011 TRAINING PROVIDER CATEGORY MAY JUNE 2015 MIA Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Series pd.mia.org.my FREE For MIA members only! Link to register: POTENTIAL GOODS AND SERVICES TAX ISSUES PERCEIVED BY BUSINESS TAXPAYERS IN MALAYSIA Date: 11 May 2015 Time: 2.00pm to 5.00pm Venue: n Institute of Accountants, Kuala Lumpur SAVE RM400! SUPER SAVING ENDS ON 30 JUNE 2015 PLEASE SEE PAGE 14 FOR DETAILS E-learning available! Kindly visit for more details.

2 MFRS & ACCOUNTING A Comprehensive Workshop on Deferred Taxation Are you familiar with the advanced principles of Deferred Taxation? Through this workshop, you can understand the principles and learn how to apply the advanced techniques of computing Deferred Taxation, in line with the n Accounting Standards Board s MFRS 112, Income Taxes. At the end of this workshop, participants will be: Knowledgable in the advanced principles of Deferred Taxation Able to apply the principles and advanced techniques of computing Deferred Taxation Updated in the new approach to tax effect accounting as required in MFRS 112 Income Taxes DAY 1 Introduction to Deferred Taxation Timing differences versus Permanent differences The Balance Sheet Liability Method Unused Tax Losses and Unused Tax Credits Measurement of Deferred Taxes DAY 2 Tax effects of Non-current Assets classified as held for sale Tax effects of Items Recognised Outside Profit or Loss Tax effects of Investment Properties Tax effects of Agriculture Businesses Tax effects of Compound Financial Instruments Tax effects arising in Business Combinations Tax effects of Tax Incentives Presentation and Disclosure: Requirements of MFRS 112 This practical workshop will be conducted in lecture format and participants will be required to engage in case studies through discussions and exercises. Participants must bring along their notebooks for this purpose. Directors (Financial & Non-financial) Financial Controllers and Finance Managers Accountants and Auditors Company Secretaries Academicians Fund & Investment Managers Date : 4 & 5 May 2015 Venue : Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar Contact : Jannah Tel : Member : RM 1,060 or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,6 Non-member : RM 1,272 TAN LIONG TONG LAPTOP CALCULATOR MFRS & ACCOUNTING IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers and Agriculture: Bearer Plants (Amendments to IAS and IAS 41) Transitioning entities in real estate development and agriculture currently applying the FRS Reporting Framework would need to make a mandatory transition to the MFRS Reporting Framework by 1 January This course will: Explain the rationale for the changes and the salient features of the new and revised IFRSs related to the two topics Explain the detailed requirements of the two new and amended IFRSs, illustrated with examples, using local cases of long-term contracts with customers and bearer plants of oil palms, rubber trees and other perennial crops Provide an insight on the approaches and techniques for determining fair value of produce growing on trees Module 1: IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers - Background to IFRS 15 and Rationale for Change - Core Revenue Principle and Steps in the Application of IFRS 15 - Identifying a Contract - Identifying Separate Performance Obligations in a Contract Module 2: Agriculture: Bearer Plants (Amendments to IAS and IAS 41) - Background to the Amendments and Rationale for Change - Costs Capitalisation of Bearer Plants - Subsequent Measurement and Amortisation of Bearer Plants - Implication on Current practice The Demise of the Capital Maintenance Method The course will be conducted in a series of short lectures, discussions with participants and illustrative application examples. Financial Controllers and Finance Managers Accountants and Auditors Fund Managers and Investment Analysts Company Secretaries Academicians Date : 11 May 2015 Venue : Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar Contact : Asrul Tel : Member : RM 530 or Sponsored Staff : RM 583 Non-member : RM 636 TAN LIONG TONG 8 LATEST NEW PROGRAMME CALCULATOR 2 DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my

3 MFRS & ACCOUNTING Preparing to Transit from PERS to MPERS Are You Ready for the First-time Adoptions? n Private Entity Reporting Standards (MPERS) will be replacing the existing PERS starting 1 January 20. Private entities shall comply with either MPERS in its entirety or MFRS in its entirety from that date onwards. This course aims to: Examine first-time adoption provisions contained in MPERS Explain various transitional options available Help preparers and auditors decide which transition to choose Provide detailed guidelines on applying mandatory or optional exemptions. Highlight key differences between PERS and MPERS Feature the salient technical features of MPERS Provide extensive guidelines on applying MPERS A high level comparison of the difference between PERS and MFRS - Critically examine the difference between the two standards - Explain the implications of these differences in practice First-time adoption of MPERS - Transition from PERS to MPERS - Optional exemption to retrospective changes - Presentation and Disclosures for first-time adoption of MPERS A Brief on Salient Features of MPERS - The general principles - Examining the Format of Financial Statements - A Technical Brief on the Recognition of Assets, Liabilities, Income and Expense Lectures and illustrations with open discussions. Advisors and Tax Agents of Private Entities Auditors and Accountants Directors Date : 19 & 20 May 2015 Contact : Qistina Tel : Member : RM 1,113 or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,219 Non-member : RM 1,325 CALCULATOR DANNY TAN BOON WOOI MFRS & ACCOUNTING Updates of the 2014 & 2015 IFRS-compliant n Financial Reporting Standards Preparing MFRS-compliant Financial Statements in 2014, 2015 and thereafter For the financial year ended 31 December 2014, reporting entities would need to adopt five new and amended MFRSs effective 1 January These include Agriculture: Bearer Plants Amendments to MFRS 1 and MFRS 141, MFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers, and the revised MFRS 9 (2014) Financial Instruments. This course aims to help participants: Understand the salient features of the IFRS-compliant financial reporting standards effective 1 January 2014 and 2015 to ensure continuing compliance with the MFRSs issued by the MASB Get updated on the latest developments in the IFRS-compliant n Financial Reporting Standards DAY 1 WHAT S NEW IN 2014 Module 1: Understanding the applicable IFRS-compliant Standards effective on 1 January 2014 Module 2: Agriculture: Bearer Plants Amendments to MFRS 1 Property, Plant and Equipment and MFRS 141 Agriculture (earlier application permitted) Module 3: MFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers (earlier application permitted) DAY 2 EFFECTIVE IN 2015 AND AFTER Module 4: MFRS 9 (2014 version) Financial Instruments and Related Updates Module 5: Amendments and Annual Improvements to MFRSs, Issued in 2013 and in 2104 Module 6: An appreciation of the major Future IFRSs Leases & Non-Financial Liabilities A series of short lectures and discussions, focusing on MFRS compliance issues Highlight of the main changes to the current practice and in complex cases, illustrate with issue-based examples A model IFRS-compliant Financial Statements provided for discussion Preparers of Financial Statements Auditors of Financial Statements Regulators of Financial Statements Interested users of Financial Statements (e.g. Analysts and Fund Managers) Company Secretaries Academicians Date : 8 & 9 June 2015 Venue : Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya Contact : Jannah Tel : Member : RM 1,060 or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,6 Non-member : RM 1,272 TAN LIONG TONG LATEST NEW PROGRAMME CALCULATOR DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my 3

4 MFRS & ACCOUNTING International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for Accounting Academics IFRS is one of the most heavily discussed topics in the accounting profession and among the corporate reporting stakeholders in the past decade. It is commonly associated with the globalisation of business and capital markets, quality corporate reporting and economic development. This course aims to help participants to: Evaluate IFRS for effective teaching and learning Diagnose difficult topics in IFRS for teaching and learning Keep abreast of updates in IFRS for teaching and research Assess the theoretical, conceptual and technical aspects of IFRS for teaching and learning Review and reflect their teaching plan and research agenda in IFRS DAY 1 Conceptual framework and key principles in IFRS Diagnosis of difficult topics in IFRS IFRS updates DAY 2 The emerging topics in corporate reporting IFRS teaching and learning Teaching the theoretical and technical aspects of IFRS Research in IFRS PowerPoint presentation, case studies and discussions. Accounting faculty members in universities and colleges Practitioners who teach part-time Regulators and administrators involved in the development and operations of accounting courses and programmes Potential and new accounting teachers from universities and colleges Date : 9 & 10 June 2015 Venue : Melia Kuala Lumpur Contact : Asrul Tel : Member : RM 901 or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,007 Non-member : RM 1,113 DR LAU CHEE KWONG MFRS & ACCOUNTING Shares with No Par Value, Share Buybacks and Redeemable Preference Share Proposed Companies Bill 2013 The proposed Companies Bill 2013 aims to introduce a new regime for share capital to be issued without a par or nominal value. This new requirement would simplify the accounting procedures on issuance of shares as the total amount paid-in would be credited to a contributed capital account. Keep abreast with these latest developments in company laws. This intensive one-day course focuses on the accounting requirements in a no par value share capital regime. At the end of the course, participants should be able to understand and apply the requirements on accounting for shares issued, shares repurchased and redeemable preference shares in accordance with the new company laws and the n Financial Reporting Standards. Module 1: Shares Issued with No Par Value Module 2: Transitional Provisions Converging to the No Par Value Regime Module 3: Share Buybacks, Treasury Shares and Distribution of Profits Module 4: Redeemable Preference Shares This course consists of a combination of lectures, discussions and cases. The course leader will explain the relevant laws and principles relating to the topics. He will also illustrate how the current accounting procedures should be amended to meet the new requirements of Companies Bill 2013 and the applicable MFRSs. Financial Controllers Accountants and Preparers of Financial Statements Auditors Fund Managers Investment Analysts Company Secretaries Academicians Date : 15 June 2015 Venue : Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya Contact : Elle Tel : Member : RM 530 or Sponsored Staff : RM 583 Non-member : RM 636 TAN LIONG TONG 8 CALCULATOR 4 DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my

5 MFRS & ACCOUNTING Technical Brief on MFRS15/ IFRS15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers On 28 May 2014, the IASB issued the long-awaited IFRS15 Revenue from contracts with Customers effective 1 January 2017 with early application permitted. On 2 September 2014, the MASB issued MFRS15 with the same effective date as IFRS15. At the end of this course, participants will be able to: Acquire the skills needed to steer through the complex technical requirements of the Standard Understand the technical requirements of the Standard by using practical illustrations Understand the impact and effect on revenue before and after the implementations of the Standard Recognition Issues - Dealing with revenue contract - Dealing with performance obligations Measurement Issues - The income transaction price Presentation And Disclosure - Presenting revenue in the main financial statements - Disclosure relating to contracts with customers and significant judgements used in applying this Standards Transitional Provisions - Dealing with transition from existing Standards to MFRS15/ IFRS15 Practical Applications - Industry specific application Lectures and illustrations with open discussions. Directors Senior Accountants and Auditors Financial Controllers Finance Managers Date : 17 June 2015 Contact : Qistina Tel : Member : RM 583 or Sponsored Staff : RM 636 Non-member : RM 689 DANNY TAN BOON WOOI 8 LATEST NEW PROGRAMME CALCULATOR TAXATION/ GST GST GST Accounting Treatment & GST-03 in Simple Application This workshop addresses practical issues arising from the GST implementation, potential problems faced by businesses, and how to better manage these issues. With the right understanding of GST, organisations can correctly apply the 24 GST tax codes and file GST-03 forms. This workshop is infused with real-life case studies. This workshop helps participants learn to: Understand and practise various types of business transaction Set up an accounting treatment of GST related accounts and tax codes Carry out preparation and filing of GST- 03 form accurately Assess cashflow impact arising from GST Understand presentation of GST in financial statements Scope of GST GST Impact on Financial Statement Accounting Treatment and Record Keeping GST-03 Filing and Compliance Case Study This workshop combines theoretical instruction with case studies based on real-life situations to help participants learn from experience and apply new practices. CEOs and CFOs Directors and General Managers Financial Controllers & Managers Accountants Accounting Staff Managers Business Entrepreneurs Tax Managers Staff from Operations, Business Development and Administration Date : 13 & 14 May 2015 Date : 15 & June 2015 Venue : Bangsar South Kuala Lumpur Contact : Pugal Tel : ext. 293 Member : RM 1,325 or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,431 Non-member : RM 1,643 TIFFANY TANG DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my 5

6 TAXATION/ GST Getting Accounting Right for GST (Part 1 & 2) There is an urgent need to examine and understand the difficulties arising from GST implementation as well as address the issues that are incorrectly treated or overlooked in order for a business to become GST-ready. It is therefore important for accounts personnel to understand and have a clear insight of the major areas of concern of the accounting process and GST compliance. This course is specially designed to provide participants a walkthrough of the GST computerised accounting system. It will also give clear insight into the major areas of concern in accounting processes and GST compliance. This will equip participants with the necessary skills to resolve any uncertainties, refine their own GST accounting system and clear any doubts. PRE-REQUISITES Must possess at least: Basic accounting Basic GST knowledge Participants are advised to attend both Part 1 & Part 2 to gain full understanding of GST treatment in the accounting processes This course aims to help participants: Know the difference between Manual Accounting Systems and Computerised Accounting Systems Understand GST and the accounting process Apply the double entry concept and bank reconciliation Understand and apply GST concepts and mechanics Apply GST on critical and unusual items and GST tax codes Understand types of supplies and claiming input tax Manage accounting and GST adjustments Understand De-Minimis and the apportionment rule Understand change of use and capital goods adjustment scheme Prepare financial statements and GST reports Converse with filling up GST 03 returns and GST reconciliation Maintain GST documentation and accounting records Understand GST audits and maintaining audit evidence PART 1 DAY 1 Understanding the difference between supplies for accounting purpose and supplies for GST purpose Applying GST concepts and the effects on business transactions Difference between manual accounting systems and computerised accounting systems Understanding accounting and GST process Analysing GST and the impact on double entry concept Understanding cash and credit transactions Accounting of GST on cash payment basis scheme Change from invoice basis to payment basis and vice versa Creditors and deferred income Time of supply and tax invoice Accrual basis and cash basis Question and Answer session DAY 2 How GST affects: - Receivables and Impairment - Inventory Systems and Valuation - Property, Plant and Equipment - Disposals Performing Bank Reconciliation Understanding GST Reconciliation Reconciling of GST Control Account and GST Analysis Report Understanding of GST Tax Codes Application of GST Tax codes and its impact on accounting transactions Calculation of GST Liabilities Preparation of Final Accounts Case Study Question and Answer session PART 2 DAY 1 Understanding GST concepts and mechanics Scope of GST Value and place of supply Reverse charge application Output tax charge Time of supply 21 days rule and special time of supply Value of supply GST and accounting treatments Input tax and accounting of GST Blocked input tax De-minimis and apportionment Rule for mixed input tax Change of use and capital goods adjustment scheme Understanding GST critical issues and unusual items Maintaining GST documentation and types of GST invoicing system Question and Answer session DAY 2 Upgrading or creation of new database and GST audit file Setting up opening balances Setting up tax codes Walk-through accounting transactions Reviewing of sales ledger, purchase ledger, cash transactions and journal entries Application of GST tax codes Entering accounting and GST adjustments Finalising the books and preparing financial and GST reports Analysing and completion of GST 03 Form/ Case study Performing GST reconciliation Printing of financial statements Understanding of GST audit Question and Answer session Lectures using PowerPoint presentation, flip charts and practical case studies. Finance Managers Tax Managers Business Entrepreneurs Accountants and Accounting Staff PART 1 Date : 11 & 12 May 2015 PART 2 Date : 10 & 11 June 2015 Contact : Qistina Tel : PER PART Member : RM 1,007 or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,113 Non-member : RM 1,219 Per Part CALCULATOR DR ROBIN CHIA 6 DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my

7 TAXATION/ GST GST/ VAT Issues Facing MNCs This programme will allow participants to: Explore the indirect tax opportunities and risks present in cross-border transactions Understand and manage risks of fixed establishments Explore the n GST rules for cross-border transactions VAT on cross-border transactions The European Experience n GST rules for imports and exports Practical bumps on the theoretical roads Panel discussion: Critical GST/ VAT issues and risks facing MNCs Date : 18 May 2015 Venue : Renaissance Hotel, Kuala Lumpur Contact : Azana Tel : Member : RM 901 or Sponsored Staff : RM 954 Non-member : RM 1,113 S CHAS ROY-CHOWDHURY Head of Taxation, ACCA, UK MICHAEL EVANS Senior Fellow of University of Melbourne, Australia DR VEERINDERJEET SINGH Founder and Chairman of TAXAND THENESH KANNAA Partner of Thenesh, Renga & Associates (a.k.a. TraTax ) 8 LATEST NEW PROGRAMME Multinational Corporations (MNCs) deal with Goods and Services Tax (GST) or Value Added Tax (VAT) of various jurisdictions. Each jurisdiction has its own approach to tax and to zero-rate international transactions. This programme, with the presence of speakers from diverse background, highlights the GST/ VAT issues facing corporations. Accountants and Business Managers in multinational corporations Accountants in practice Policymakers Academicians and Scholars Note: Participants should possess basic knowledge of GST/ VAT of at least one jurisdiction. TAXATION/ GST Goods and Services Tax Its Impact on Employee Benefits Goods and Services Tax (GST) implemented beginning April 2015 will impact businesses at all levels including the human resource function. This 1-day course will provide guidance and opportunities to learn, understand, apply and manage the GST issues relevant to an employment situation. Participants will learn about: GST mechanism and how it affects employee benefits What constitutes employee benefits for GST purpose Input and output tax on employee benefits Types of employee benefits subject to GST Types of employee benefits exempt from GST Circumstances where input tax is claimable Record keeping and documentation requirements Introduction to Good and Services Tax (GST) What constitutes employee benefits for GST purpose Recovery of input tax on employee benefits Accounting for output tax on employee benefits Other matters of concern for employers PowerPoint presentation, discussions and case studies. HR Managers and Executives Company Directors and Managers Accountants and Auditors Tax Agents and Advisers Finance and Administrative Executives Business Entrepreneurs Payroll Executives Date : 19 May 2015 Contact : Elle Tel : Member : RM 477 or Sponsored Staff : RM 530 Non-member : RM 583 KRISHNAN KSM 8 DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my 7

8 TAXATION/ GST Tax Planning, Tax Issues and GST Accounting for Property Developers This course covers many aspects of n tax law, regulations and public ruling. In particular, it covers the Real Property Gains Tax, tax treatment for land owner under joint venture, accounting and tax planning for property developers, tax issues and tax audit for property developers. It also covers many aspects of GST. At the end of the course, participants will be able to: Understand the chargeable gains arising from the disposal of real property assets and from the disposal of real property company shares Identify the transactions resulted on capital gains or revenue gains Understand tax treatment for land owner under joint venture Understand accounting and tax planning for property developers Understand tax issues and tax audit for property developers Understand GST treatment for property developers Prepare GST implementation Understand tax codes, accounting double entries andchart of accounts DAY 1 Real Property Gains Tax Chargeable Gains, Allowable Loss and Exemption Sales of Property Real Property Companies Joint Venture and Landowners Income Property Development Accounting and Tax Planning Tax Issues Affecting Property Developers and Property Investors Tax Audits for Property Developer DAY 2 GST Treatments Accounting for GST Transitional Issues Lecture supported with PowerPoint presentations, discussions and case studies. Accountants Company Secretaries Tax Agents & GST Agents Property Investors Property Agents Property and Land Owners Housing Developers Date : 20 & 21 May 2015 Venue : Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel Contact : Asrul Tel : Member : RM 1,007 or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,113 Non-member : RM 1,219 DR TAN THAI SOON TAXATION/ GST Essentials of Corporate Taxation A Legal and Practical Approach (with Budget 2015 Updates) Income tax compliance procedures, if not adhered to by companies as required by taxation laws as well as guidelines, rulings and other regulations issued by the Director General of Inland Revenue [DGIR] can create elements of risk depending on the quality and accuracy of information as contained in the company s accounts. This two-day course will among others provide participants with a sound knowledge of current income tax laws and regulations pertaining to corporate income taxes and will primarily focus on critical areas relating to tax compliance related provisions provided in the Income Tax Act 1967 as well as selected tax cases laws to enhance understanding. Basis of Taxation in Tax residence status of companies and its implications Basis Period and Year of Assessment Deductibility of expenses Non-deductible expenses Treatment of Double Deduction Incentives Treatment of Investment Holding Companies Treatment of Depreciation of Capital Assets Tax Compliance Issues with reference to Budget amendments Payment of Taxes Tax Administration DGIR s Approach to Non-Compliance Lectures accompanied with case studies. Company Directors/ Business Owners Tax Practitioners, Tax Managers and Tax Executives Accountants, Company Auditors Date : 15 & June 2015 Contact : Asrul Tel : Member : RM 1,007 or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,113 Non-member : RM 1,219 KULARAJ K. KULATHUNGAM LATEST NEW PROGRAMME 8 DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my

9 TAXATION/ GST Accounting for GST A Complete Guide to Accounting for GST in The key to a successful implementation of GST is to complete the monthly or quarterly GST-03 returns without errors or mistakes in view of the severe penalties, which could be imposed as a consequence. This first step towards achieving this goal is to translate all of the principles of GST in into correct accounting treatment. At the end of the course, participants will be able to: Obtain a good overview of the n Goods and Services Tax accounting requirements in simplified language Learn the principles involved in accounting for GST based transactions Get a detailed insight into actual dayto-day transactions in a typical GST registered business Learn the GST documentation required, the accounting records and GST Returns GST-03 Get an understanding into treatment of GST on capital goods adjustments (capital assets usage) Understand the requirements of the GST Act 2014 and GST Regulations 2014 on GST Analysis Reports and GAF file Preparing for GST Accounting Accounting for GST Transactions Adjustments to GST GST Returns and GST Analysis Reports Lectures facilitated by PowerPoint presentation discussion and case studies. CFOs and Financial Controllers Tax Managers and Tax Consultants Chartered Accountants, Advisors and Auditors Company Secretaries and Business Consultants Professionals and Staff involved in preparing for the implementation of GST All accounting staff engaged in preparing accounting records for GST registered companies Date : 17 & 18 June 2015 Contact : Jannah Tel : Member : RM or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,113 Non-member : RM 1,219 J. SELVARAJAH MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING & STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT THINK STRATEGIC FOR MID MANAGEMENT: ADDING VALUE TO VISION Think Strategic for Mid Management: Adding Value to Vision Strategic Thinking is the ability to add value (innovation) to long term goals, while maximising the value of short term activities that enhance performance with a win-win for all stakeholders. The workshop aims to help Managers: Appreciate the values and skills (analytical, creative and strategic thinking) essential for strategy formulation, implementation and deliver innovation value to stakeholders Contribute to the development, stress testing and implementation of strategies that add value with a win-win for all stakeholders Draw up winning ideas and presentations to get buy in from all stakeholders DAY 1 POWER CONCEPTS Introduction and Road Map Keys to Strategic Thinking New Realities and Thinking Fast and Sharp Issues Identification The Big Picture and Vision Question and Context Desired Solution Strategic Focus to Add Value Exercise: Meeting the CEO DAY 2 THINKING TOOLS Recap on Strategic Thinking Analytical Tools Creativity Strategic Brief Presentations and Feedback Evaluation and Next Steps Interactive workshop providing specific strategic, analytical and creative thinking tools, exercises and discussions. General Managers Regional Managers Divisional Managers Senior Managers Date : 11 & 12 May 2015 Contact : Muhammad Tel : ext. 156 Member : RM 1,577 or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,683 Non-member : RM 1,895 SACHI SELLASAMY Supported by: DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my 9

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Instantaneous what-if simulations Budgeting Practice and Cash Flow Forecasting Techniques Budgeting for an organisation and making sure it has sufficient amounts of cash to operate requires a lot of planning and forethought. Learn the right techniques to fulfil your company s corporate strategy by effectively budgeting a resource plan, and understanding the intricacies of the budgeting system. MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING & STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Participants will learn the following: The budget planning process, preparation, review and control Implementing the company s budget successfully Link the budget to business or operating plan Explore budget planning to achieve strategic goals Preparing cash flow and resolve cash deficits Steps in measuring actual progress against the company target Recognise the importance of human behaviour affecting the budget DAY 1 Importance of a planning framework in the Budgeting Process How to set Objectives and Strategies Approach to Budget Preparation How to Develop a Functional Budget How to prepare a Master Budget DAY 2 Types of Budget Systems Cash Flow Forecasting and Planning Problems in Budgeting Budgetary Control and Analysing Budget Variance Making next year s Budget a success Lectures, discussions and exercises, facilitated by the trainer. Accountants Business Planners Operation and Project Engineers General Managers Business Owners Corporate Secretaries Financial Managers and Executives Heads of Department and staff involved in budget preparation Date : 8 & 9 June 2015 Contact : Qistina Tel : Member : RM 954 or Sponsored Staff : RM 1,060 Non-member : RM 1,6 KENNETH TAM CALCULATOR 10 DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my

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Microsoft Office Course Schedule May to June 2015 The Dynamics to Excel MICROSOFT OFFICE 2003 / 2007 / 2010 / 2013 COURSES Unleash the Power of Microsoft Excel 2007/2010/2013 Lookup Functions NEW Interactive Visual Reporting and Analysis with Microsoft Excel 2007/2010/2013 NEW PowerPivot : Powerful Data Analysis and Data Modeling in Microsoft Excel 2010/2013 NEW The underlined indicates the version used to conduct the course. All programmes will be held in a computer lab for practical hands-on exercises, accompanied by group exercises. DAY MAY 2015 JUN 2015 NON- MEMBER FEES (RM) MEMBER Microsoft Word 2003 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft Word 2003 (Advanced) Microsoft Excel 2007 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft Excel 2007 (Advanced) Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 (Advanced) Microsoft Access 2007 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft Access 2007 (Advanced) Microsoft Excel 2010 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft Excel 2010 (Advanced) Microsoft Word 2010 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft Word 2010 (Advanced) Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 (Advanced) Microsoft Access 2010 (Advanced) Microsoft Project 2010 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft Excel 2013 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft Excel 2013 (Advanced) Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 (Advanced) Microsoft Word 2013 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft Word 2013 (Advanced) Microsoft Access 2013 (Fundamental & Intermediate) Microsoft Access 2013 (Advanced) HIGH END MICROSOFT OFFICE 2003 / 2007 / 2010 / 2013 COURSES Tasks Automation with Microsoft Excel 2003/2007/2010/2013 Macro / VBA (Fundamental & Intermediate) DAY MAY 2015 JUN 2015 NON- MEMBER FEES (RM) MEMBER , What If Analysis with Microsoft Excel 2003/2007/2010/ Microsoft Excel Functions & Formulas 2003/2007/2010/ , Tasks Automation with Microsoft Excel 2007/2010/2013 Macro / VBA (Advanced) Data Management with Pivot Table using Microsoft Excel 2007/2010/ , (Sat) Microsoft Excel 2007/2010/2013 Interactive Charts Data Analysis with Integrity Control using Microsoft Excel 2007/2010/ , , , , TRAINING VENUE & CONTACT INFO Venue : PentaWise Sdn Bhd Suite 37-8, The Boulevard Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra 59200, Kuala Lumpur Contact : Hebsheeba Tel : ext Per Day DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my 11

12 Facilitators Profiles CHAS ROY-CHOWDHURY is Head of Taxation and a fellow at ACCA. He is Chair of the Taxation Working Group of the small business organisation UEAPME and has been a member of the Indirect and Direct Tax Working Parties at Fédération des Experts Comptables Européens (FEE) - the umbrella group for first tier European accountants. He is a member of the two high level VAT expert groups set up by the European Commission as well as the direct tax good governance platform, on which he is a highly effective and well respected member. DANNY TAN BOON WOOI has over 31 years of working experience in public practice, commerce and industry. He trained with a firm of Chartered Accountants in London where he worked for over 10 years and he also worked for 5 years in a number of UK-based MNCs. Danny specialises in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs). He is currently engaged as a project manager with the n Accounting Standards Board in several projects. He holds an Honours Degree in Economic, two master degrees an MBA and a Master in Advanced Business Practice. He is a fellow member of CIMA and ACCA and a member of MIA and CTIM. ELAINE CHONG and the late Mr. KK Tang founded the Institute of Business Analytics (IBA). In-line with the vision to Transform the way the world creates reports, IBA developed several world renowned courses like i3bar in year 2004 and VSA in year 2008, currently offered in 10 countries in the world. IBA comprises an international team of highly qualified professionals from diverse industries who train and offer consultation to organisations in transforming the way the world creates reports. The team brings extensive management experience from the financial, commercial, education, Government, military and non-profit sectors. J. SELVARAJAH has more than 40 years of work experience in public practice particularly in the areas of financial reporting for public and private entities, corporate governance and risk assessment, audits, and fraud prevention. He delivers regular public seminars and training on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Financial Instruments and as well as on Fraud and Fraud Detection and Prevention. He is a member of MIA, ICA New Zealand, and an Associate member of CTIM. KENNETH TAM is a local counsellor of MBA learning programmes, and has over 30 years experience in finance and accounting related functions in various managerial positions. For the past 25 years he has lectured for ACCA, MICPA and ICSA, specialising in strategic financial management, performance measurement and financial reporting. He is a Fellow of ACCA UK, and Associate of CIMA UK and a member of MIA. KRISHNAN KSM has over 35 years of experience in public practice, commerce and industry, working in various financial and non-financial disciplines in multinational companies, including extensive overseas exposures. He is currently an Executive Director in KSM Tax Strategists and is a fellow member of CIMA UK, member of MIA and CTIM. KULARAJ K. KULATHUNGAM is a member of the Chartered Tax Institute of and an approved tax agent under the Income Tax Act His experience in taxation spans over 26 years both with the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) as well as in private practice. In addition to managing his own tax consultancy practice, he also lectures extensively at local institutions of higher learning. As a registered trainer, he regularly speaks at workshops and seminars on taxation issues in. LAU CHEE KWONG, DR. has twenty years of practical experience in financial accounting, reporting and management. He conducts training, lectures, and seminars for his corporate training clients including public listed companies, financial institutions, regulators and Government bodies. He has been serving as a committee member in the Issues Committee of the n Accounting Standards Board (MASB) since Dr Lau currently serves as an Associate Professor of Accounting with the Nottingham University Business School lecturing for various accounting programmes. He has research papers published in journals and presented in national as well as international conferences. MICHAEL EVANS is a Senior Fellow of University of Melbourne where he conducts GST principles and advanced comparative value-added tax subjects. Michael is also a sole practitioner (Taxsifu) and a registered tax agent providing tax strategy, advisory and knowledge management services to clients in the profession, business, Government and non-profit sectors. He has recently authored reports and reviews for Governments in Australia, Canada, Asia and the Middle East on design, legislation and administration of taxation systems and indirect taxes. ROBIN CHIA, DR. is currently the Executive Director GST, Training and Corporate Advisory in Tricor and is a Certified Public Accountant in, Singapore, Australia and United Kingdom. He is also an Adjunct Professor and Provincial Business Ambassador in the Republic of China. Specialising in tax and GST, he possesses vast experience in dealing with the tax authorities over GST issues, rulings, audit and investigations. Robin is also a frequent guest speaker for many professional bodies, Government and other institutions in Singapore,, China, Hong Kong and Vietnam. He currently advises large companies in on implementing the GST. SACHI SELLASAMY is a co-founder and Director of INOCREST (Innovation & Creativity Skills Training Ltd.) in and New Zealand. He has 30 years working experience, specialising in training and consultancy internationally. His training and consultancy work spans small and medium industries, multinationals and Governments. Sachi has been associated with a number of international consultancies, including the Institute on Governance (Canada), The Commonwealth Secretariat, ADB, UNDP, and the ASEAN Secretariat. TAN LIONG TONG is an experienced Technical Consultant and the Technical Advisor to the Financial Reporting Standards Implementation Committee (FRSIC) of MIA. He has served as an Associate Professor with the Graduate School of Management, Universiti Putra. He has authored five accounting books. He was previously a Council Member of MICPA, and a Technical Consultant to the MASB and the Securities Commission. He is a member of MIA, MICPA and a fellow member of IBBM. TAN THAI SOON, DR. is the managing director of TST Consulting Group. He has more than 18 years experience in corporate secretarial and taxation matters. He provides management and business advisory services in areas of financial management, management consultancy, business consulting, project management, and knowledge management. He obtained his Doctor of Business Administration from University of Newcastle (Aus). He is an associate member of the CTIM, a member of MCCS, and a fellow member of FMIM. He is also a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and a Registered Financial Planner (RFP). THENESH KANNAA is a partner of Thenesh, Renga & Associates (a.k.a. TraTax ), a firm of chartered accountants dedicated to providing income tax and GST advisory, where he advises clients of diverse industries on GST. Thenesh is a fellow member of ACCA, a member of MIA, CTIM, FINSIA, MCSI and a licensed tax agent, both under the Income Tax Act 1965 and the GST Act Thenesh is also a member of the CTIM s Editorial Committee and the Technical Committee for Indirect Taxes and is the co-author of CCH s Master GST Guide as well other books on direct taxation. TIFFANY TANG has over years of work experience in a wide range of roles in finance. She was the former Financial Controller for INTI Education Group, (part of Laureate International Universities, USA). She also worked as a Regional Accountant in Singapore and was posted to several countries across Asia. She is currently involved with GST implementation for a leading Government link company and an oil & gas MNC and is a Financial Coach for Money Smart Camp, where she educates youths, teenagers and kids about good money management habits. She is also a Columnist for New Straits Times, focusing on educating kids about money. VEERINDERJEET SINGH, DR. is the Founder and Chairman of TAXAND, which is a member of the TAXAND organisation of independent tax firms worldwide, as well as a member of the TAXAND Board and takes charge of Global Knowledge and Training. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of IBFD based in Amsterdam as well as a member of the Commission on Taxation of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) based in Paris. He is also the current Vice Chair of ICC, a member of the Council of MICCI and an Independent Director on the Board of The Bank of Nova Scotia Bhd. 12 DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my

13 Other Programmes in May & June 2015 MFRS & ACCOUNTING A Comprehensive Review of MPERS 15 & June 2015, Mutiara Johor Bahru Latest Development in n Financial Reporting Standards (MFRS)/ IFRS & IC Interprettion An Overview & 17 June 2015, The Pacific Sutera, Kota Kinabalu n Private Entities Reporting Standards (MPERS) An Overview and Practical Approach 23 & 24 June 2015, Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya TAXATION/ GST Tax Planning, Tax Issues and GST Accounting for Property Developers 11 & 12 May 2015, Pacific Sutera Kota Kinabalu 14 & 15 May 2015, Hotel Jen Penang GST Procurement and Accounts Payable 11 & 12 May 2015, Evergreen Laurel Hotel, Penang Impact of GST on accounting & income tax 11 & 12 May 2015, Double Tree by Hilton, Johor Bahru Reviewing GST Return, Summary Sheets and Performing Reconciliations 13 May 2015, Double Tree by Hilton, Johor Bahru Getting to Know GST Essentials 14 & 15 May 2015, Bangsar South Kuala Lumpur 24 & 25 May 2015, Mutiara Johor Bahru Getting Accounting Right for GST In Part 1: 18 & 19 May 2015, Mutiara Johor Bahru Part 2: 25 & 26 May 2015, Mutiara Johor Bahru GST Post-Implementation Issues 25 May 2015, Bangsar South Kuala Lumpur 8 June 2015, Shangri-La s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa, Kota Kinabalu Essentials of Corporate Taxation A Legal & Practical Approach (with Budget 2015 Updates) 25 & 26 May 2015, The Pacific Sutera, Kota Kinabalu 27 & 28 May 2015, Riverside Majestic Hotel, Kuching Accounting for GST A Complete Guide to Accounting for GST in 25 & 26 May 2015, Hotel Jen Penang Goods & Services Tax (GST) Implementation for Manufacturing Industry 25 & 26 May 2015, Symphony Suites Ipoh GST Accounting Treatment & GST-03 in Simple Application 8 & 9 June 2015, Ramada Plaza, Melaka 10 & 11 June 2015, Double Tree by Hilton, Johor Bahru Mapping of GST Tax Codes and Input Tax Claims 9 June 2015, Shangri-La s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa, Kota Kinabalu 10 June 2015, Hilton Kuching June 2015, E & O Hotel, Penang 22 June 2015, Bangsar South Kuala Lumpur Understanding Tax Audits & Investigations A Legal & Practical Approach 22 June 2015, The Puteri Pacific Johor Bahru Financial and Accounting Planning for GST Implementation 23 & 24 June 2015, The Pacific Sutera, Kota Kinabalu GST for Accounting Educators A Comprehensive Understanding 14 & 15 May 2015, Riverside Majestic Hotel, Kuching AUDITING, ASSURANCE & RISK MANAGEMENT Audit Series on Key Audit Areas Workshop 1: Audit Opinion & Reporting Proposed ISA 700 (Revised) 7 & 8 May 2015, Hotel Jen Penang Workshop 2: Audit Documentation for ISA Compliance 4 & 5 June 2015, Hotel Jen Penang Workshop 3: Auditing of Inventories and Production Costs 11 & 12 May 2015, Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar 2 & 3 July 2015, Hotel Jen Penang Workshop 4: Auditing of Property Developers and Contractors 11 June 2015, Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya 10 August 2015, Hotel Jen Penang Workshop 5: Going Concern Indicators and Managing Impairment of Assets and Restructuring Provisions 8 & 9 July 2015, Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar 28 & 29 September 2015, Hotel Jen Penang Global Risk Based Internal Auditing Principles For New Auditors 11 & 12 May 2015, Sunway Putra Hotel, Kuala Lumpur MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING & STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Practical Accounting Principles Series - Intermediate Level 11 & 12 May 2015, Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya Financial Essentials for Non-Financial Professional 11 & 12 June 2015, Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya Practical Accounting Principles Series Advanced Level 15 & June 2015, Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya PUBLIC PRACTICE & CONSULTANCY MIA Public Practice Programme & 12 May 2015, Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Mind Mapping for Educators 28 May 2015, Bangsar South Kuala Lumpur The Ultimate Persuasive and Influencing Skills of Executives and Managers 2 & 3June 2015, Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur Visit our website pd.mia.org.my for details. Please contact us at / for enquiries. DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my 13

14 Today s SYNERGY, Tomorrow s REALITY 26 & 27 October 2015 Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, The remarkable blueprint of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) aims to position the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) as a powerful influential economic bloc in the 21st century, one equivalent to the world s seventh largest economy with a combined market of 625 million citizens generating an annual GDP of US$2.5 trillion. The BIGGEST Accounting Event in the Region is BACK! Celebrating 3 Decades of Professional Development As a partner and provider of core financial and strategic management expertise, accountants are pivotal in facilitating the region s transformation. The AEC will accelerate demand for professional accountants and their expertise; the MIA International Accountants Conference 2015 aims to equip accountants with the relevant competencies and cross-cultural sensitivities to collaborate and prosper in an integrated market where financial talent will be increasingly mobile. By synergising our strengths today, we can help realise ASEAN s collective vision of tomorrow. Book Your Seat Today! SAVE Super Savings is Back RM400 Register before 30 June CITY 30 COUNTRIES 2,700 DELEGATES 60 SPEAKERS SESSIONS 14 DOWNLOAD FULL BROCHURE FROM pd.mia.org.my

15 PARTICIPANTS' DETAILS Participant 1 Full name as per I/C (Dato' / Datin / Dr / Mr / Mrs / Ms): o Vegetarian Meal Membership No.: Designation: *o Member *o Non-member *o Sponsored Staff 1 (Sponsoring MIA member s name & membership no.) Participant 2 Full name as per I/C (Dato / Datin / Dr / Mr / Mrs / Ms): o Vegetarian Meal Membership No.: Designation: 1 *o Member *o Non-member *o Sponsored Staff 1 (Sponsoring MIA member s name & membership no.) Participant 3 Full name as per I/C (Dato / Datin / Dr / Mr / Mrs / Ms): o Vegetarian Meal Membership No.: Designation: *o Member *o Non-member *o Sponsored Staff 1 (Sponsoring MIA member s name & membership no.) ORGANISATION'S DETAILS Organisation: Industry: Contact Person: Address: Tel: Fax: TAX INVOICE to be issued under: o Company o Individual Signature & Company Stamp: PAYMENT DETAILS Payment by Cheque Bank & Cheque No.: Amount RM: Payment by Credit Card o Visa o Master Cardholder's Name: Card No.: Expiry Date: I Authorise Payment of RM: MIA GST Reg. No.: ENQUIRIES AND REGISTRATION Head Office Tel : Address : n Institute of Accountants Dewan Akauntan No. 2, Jalan Tun Sambanthan 3 Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur Johor Contact : Mainaga/ Hanem Tel : Fax : Address : n Institute of Accountants 5.03A, 5th Floor Menara TJB No. 9, Jalan Syed Mohd Mufti Johor Bahru Penang Contact : Sylvia Anthony Tel : Fax : Address : n Institute of Accountants Suite 3.4, Level 3, Wisma Great Eastern 25 Lebuh Light, Penang Sabah Contact : Shirley/ Inda Tel : Fax : Address : n Institute of Accountants Lot 6, 2nd Floor, Block A, Damai Point Commercial Centre, Off Jalan Damai Luyang, Kota Kinabalu Sarawak Contact : Teddy/ Sandra Tel : Fax : Address : n Institute of Accountants 1st Floor, Ultimate Professional Centre, Jalan Bukit Mata Kuching Kuching REMINDER FOR SPECIFIED PROGRAMMES Bring your calculator Bring your laptop Cardholder's Signature: Date: For complete programme details, please download the full brochure(s) from: pd.mia.org.my Our programmes can be customised to meet your in-house training requirements. Please call for details. IMPORTANT NOTES: Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. Only fully completed registration form will be processed. Fee is payable to MALAYSIAN INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS Fee includes course materials, lunch and 2 tea breaks per day. Full payment of the above amount shall be made within thirty (30) days from the date of the Payment Advice or on the day of the event, whichever earlier. Admittance may be denied upon failure to make full payment as per the above requirement. CANCELLATION/ TRANSFER Upon registering, participant(s) are considered successfully enrolled in the event. Should participant(s) decide to cancel/ transfer their enrolment, a cancellation/ transfer policy shall be applied as follows. a) Written cancellation/ transfer received less than seven (7) days from the date of the event: - A refund (less administrative charge of 20%) will be made - Unpaid registrations will also be liable for 20% administrative charges b) Written cancellation/ no show on the day of the programme: - No refund will be entertained - Unpaid registrations will also be liable for full payment of the registration fee - Partial cancellation is not allowed You can substitute an alternate participant if you wish to avoid cancellation/ transfer charges. Any difference in fees will be charged accordingly. *Please select the participant classification carefully as it determines the fee payable. No alteration will be allowed after the registration is accepted. Terms and conditions apply. 1 The Sponsored Staff must report directly to the sponsoring MIA member in his/ her firm or company. CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE AND Upon full attendance of the programme, participants will be issued an E-certificate. Participants will receive an with a download link and are required to download the e-certificate within 30 days. For this purpose, it is COMPULSORY to fill in the address clearly. For MIA members, the CPE hours will be credited into the Membership System within 2 weeks of the event. DATA PROTECTION Personal Data is gathered in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (Act 709). DISCLAIMER n Institute of Accountants (MIA) reserves the right to change the speaker(s), date(s) and to cancel the programme should circumstances beyond its control arises. MIA also reserves the right to make alternative arrangements without prior notice should it be necessary to do so. Upon signing the registration form, you are deemed to have read and accepted the terms and conditions.

16 Special CPE Events Highlights 2015 NATIONAL ACCOUNTING EDUCATORS CONVENTION (NAEC) & 27 May 2015 Kuala Lumpur This year s conference focuses on approaches to nurture and develop graduates to be leading talents in line with plans to achieve the high-income status as well as Vision 2020 s developed nation status. This annual event will connect you with other educators, updates you on accounting industry trends, and equips you to help your students succeed. CYBERCRIME AND FORENSIC ACCOUNTING CONFERENCE June 2015 Kuala Lumpur Join some of the world s leading forensic accountants, cybersecurity experts and fraud investigators in this essential conference to find out how your organisation can safeguard itself against this rampant threat. On the other hand, practitioners and firms too should take this opportunity to explore the rewarding prospects of diversifying into the highly rewarding blue ocean of forensic accounting services, a specialist field which remains relatively underexplored. Upcoming Special Events Highlights 2015 BIG DATA CONFERENCE May 2015, Kuala Lumpur GST CONFERENCE 2015 July 2015, Kuala Lumpur CORPORATE BOARD SYMPOSIUM 2015 August 2015, Kuala Lumpur PUBLIC PRACTITIONERS FORUM 2015 September 2015, Kuala Lumpur AUDITWORLD 2015 October 2015, Kuala Lumpur INSOLVENCY CONFERENCE 2015 November 2015, Kuala Lumpur 20 BUDGET SEMINAR November - December 2015, Kuala Lumpur MALAYSIAN INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS Dewan Akauntan, No. 2, Jalan Tun Sambanthan 3, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur Tel: Fax: Website: pd.mia.org.my

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