The external reporting landscape is changing. Global challenges such as climate change, biodiversity loss and social issues are placing new demands on the reporting requirements companies face. Our External Reporting Lunch & Learn series are designed to quickly and effectively keep you up to date on a range of external financial and non-financial reporting topics.

Led by KPMG audit and assurance experts and run as lunchtime modules, these are pragmatic, topical sessions developed to be of value for those in audit committees and finance functions in Irish business, regardless of sector or scale. With an emphasis on learning and with the opportunity for questions and answers, we look forward to sharing our perspectives with our Lunch & Learn participants.

Upcoming sessions

Over the coming months, we will be adding to the list of topics in our series of Lunch & Learns.

Previous sessions

Financial Reporting Seminar - December 2022

Accounting update, interest rates and uncertain times are all discussed in this update.

External Reporting Briefing - Spring/Summer update 2022

Macro-economic review, financial reporting challenges in uncertain times, update on the development in Sustainability Reporting and Assurance requirements, ESG reporting developments and a panel discussion with our speakers.

External Reporting Briefing - Spring/Summer update 2021

ESG reporting developments, regulator priorities, climate change, IFRS standards, legal update and a panel discussion from our corporate finance team.

Financial Reporting & Beyond - ESG - Corporate value

December 2020 – Our team discuss the current impact of Environmental, Social and Governance issues have on corporate reporting and the potential future impact.

Financial Reporting & Beyond - Corporate update

November 2020 – Our team deliver our Corporate update. The session focuses on a broad range of corporate reporting matters including expectations from regulators on disclosures related to the impact of Covid-19, key estimates and going concern. Also covered are changes in standards. 

Get in touch

If you have any queries on the issues raised in these videos, please contact Sean O'Keefe or Colm O'Sé of our Audit team; we'd be delighted to hear from you.

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