Commercial Property Accounting for Occupiers Sydney, RICS, Thursday, 04. June 2020

This interactive half day session will provide an introduction to a range of property accounting principles which impacts decisions around owned and leased assets. The session is crucial for tenants/ occupiers (and their advisors) but also property accountants looking to understand tenant/occupier drivers and strategies and owners wanting to understand how tenants account for property costs.
The session will cover the following issues;

Introduction to some key accounting principles (balance sheet, EBIT, EBITDA & Cashflow)
What are the accounting priorities of different tenants.
WACC rates and discount rates – Risk and impact on yield
Different accounting standards IFRS v’s GAAP
Leasehold Assets – impact on balance sheet and depreciation (IFRS16)
Freehold and Capital assets – impact on balance sheet and depreciation
Owned v Lease analysis
Treatment of incentives on balance sheet, P&L and cashflow.
Write downs and provisioning
Make Good Provisioning
Financial analysis and accounting of a property transaction incl. Purchase, lease, sublease, disposal, lease surrender

The session is led by Mark Daniel MRICS - Mark is a Chartered Surveyor with more than 25 years of experience in the corporate real estate industry. Mark focuses on advising large Australian organisations on both the development and implementation of real estate strategies, transactions, feasibilities and property systems.


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Reschedule or Cancellation of Training
Due to the nature of training, we may require to reschedule or cancel due to unforeseen circumstances. We will do our best to email all attendees as soon as possible, should this occur. Should a reschedule or cancellation occur, RICS will not be responsible for any costs, damages or expenses (i.e. travel) etc... that you may suffer or incur.

Thursday, 04. June 2020, RICS, Commercial Property Accounting for Occupiers Sydney

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