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Excelling beyond IFRS 16:

A practical guide to moving off spreadsheets to manage lease accounting

In partnership with Deloitte

Attendees will learn:

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Overview of IFRS 16 and the compliance journey
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Review the linkage between a successful implementation and cash flow
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Understand how to transition from spreadsheets to technology that automates your leasing program for a reliable and accurate close process
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Real world insights from corporate peers sharing challenges they have overcome, lessons learned, and benefits realised in their journey to sustainable compliance

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Driven by pandemic pressures, many organisations across Australia and New Zealand are focused on preserving cash. Lease obligations are also being scrutinised closely to look for ways to improve cash flow, often resulting in changes like a renegotiated lease or sublease. It can be challenging to keep up with these kinds of changes with spreadsheets, which can affect the accuracy of lease accounting, and reduce the return on investment from IFRS 16.

In recent webinars we have discussed the challenges and the benefits that the IFRS16 standard delivered, with corporate case studies that addressed the fact that spreadsheets will become an impossible burden over time. In this session, join experts from Deloitte, CBRE and LeaseAccelerator as they review the journey thus far and delve into the practicalities of implementing an alternative solution to spreadsheets. They will outline the steps required to ensure a successful implementation and efficient ongoing close process, to achieve a positive return on investment and preserve cash.


Joel John
Joel John
Deloitte Australia
Richard Olney Deloitte NZ
Richard Olney
Deloitte New Zealand
Grant Healy CBRE
Grant Healy
Head of Transaction Management and Portfolio
Services – Pacific,
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Adam Hughes
Finance Lead,
David Byrne
David Byrne
General Manager APAC,

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