KPMG to open business school in Oman
- Oman: Thursday, September 27 - 2012 at 09:05
The KPMG Business School is set to launch next month the KPMG Business School in Oman, with a three-week training programme on the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) to be held from October 13, 2012, Times of Oman has reported. The course targets accounting and finance professionals working, or intending to work, in an environment requiring accounting and reporting using IFRS. It was designed to develop the participants' knowledge of IFRS, the principles which underpin them and their application in financial statements, said Ashok Hariharan, partner responsible for training for the Oman office.
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