The end of Q1, 2013 brings its own form of D-Day for the investment funds industry: Data Day. For it is on this date that International Financial Reporting Standards 13 Fair Value Measurement (IFRS 13) becomes effective. The aim of IFRS 13 is to introduce a consistent global definition of fair value, along with enhanced disclosures for how fair value is measured.
Please join us on Thursday, February 28th at 10:00am EST for an insightful web seminar at which experts from Ernst & Young and Thomson Reuters will discuss the impacts of IFRS on Fund Managers and Administrators’ operations and infrastructure. We’ll also explore alignment with the Fair Value Hierarchy when investing in illiquid assets and complex instruments.
Attend this web seminar to learn about:
- IFRS 13 reporting requirements
- Role of evaluated pricing
- The auditor’s perspective
- Potential impact of being out of compliance
This is a must-attend event for Fund Managers and Fund Administrators and firms investing in illiquid assets and complex instruments.
Head of Evaluated Pricing, Thomson Reuters
Jayme Fagas is the Head of Evaluated Pricing at Thomson Reuters. With over 25 years in the financial industry, Jayme brings significant expertise to the Thomson Reuters team having worked in evaluations, trading and analytics. Previously, Jayme headed up the MBS/ABS evaluations team at PricingDirect, Inc., a division Bear Stearns, now JP Morgan
Partner, Ernst & Young
Gareth is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland and has more than 16 years of experience in the provision of audit and advisory services to the financial services industry, including 5 years with Ernst & Young, Bermuda. Gareth is responsible for the provision of audit and other services to funds industry. In addition, his client experience includes the audits of a variety of investment funds, including hedge funds, mutual funds, private equity funds and fund of funds, domiciled in a number of international jurisdictions. Gareth is a member of and formerly the Chairman of the Technical Committee of the Irish Funds Industry Association and has served as a member of the EFAMA IFRS working group.