- Are you an assistant accountant and do you work in accounting in the shipping sector?
- Are you a student or graduate of the School of Economics? Would you like to develop professionally in the financial management of shipping companies?
If this is your case then this webinar is for you!
EARLY BIRD OFFER*
“Book a seat” to immediately ensure your participation!
-15% Discount for bookings until 31.05!
-15% discount for corporate entries!*
* The early bird offer is valid per person; it cannot be combined with other offers.
* The corporate offer is valid for at least 3 entries; it can not be combined with other offers.
Implementation method: Web live seminar
Duration: 14 hours
Start date: Tuesday 15 June 2021
Participants in virtual class: Up to 20 people
Days / Hours:
Tuesday 15.06.2021 – hours 19:00 to 21:00 (2 hours)
Thursday 17.06.2021 – hours 19:00 to 21:00 (2 hours)
Tuesday 22.06.2021 – hours 19:00 to 21:00 (2 hours)
Thursday 24.06.2021 – hours 19:00 to 21:00 (2 hours)
Saturday 26.06.2021 – hours 10:00 to 14:00 (4 hours)
Tuesday 29.06.2021 – hours 19:00 to 21:00 (2 hours)
Certification: Certificate of Attendance from Moore Greece (if one attends all seminar modules)
Lecturing language: Greek
Participation cost: 240 € / person
Corporate participation cost: For participations from 3 and up, enjoy a 15% discount
Lecturer: Panayiotis Hatziantonoglou (CPA GR)
Certified public accountant in Greece and a partner at “Chartered Accountants Moore Stephens S.A.” since 2002 with 36 years of auditing and accounting experience.
Specialized in shipping, where he has extensive experience both in the audit of financial statements under IFRS and in other assurance services. Extensive consultancy experience in accounting issues and also on organizing and supporting accounting software. His clients range from family businesses to large shipping groups.
Human Resources partner in Moore Stephens from 2004 to 2018, is also responsible for the training of the staff.
As an expert in many software used within the firm and with significant experience in IFRS reporting, he has also developed an automated Shipping IFRS Financial Statements template, through the software tool of Caseware / Caseview.
Description of the seminar:
Introduction and understanding of the Structure and Organization of a Shipping Group including a description of departments of a Management Company.
Brief description of the Terms and abbreviations used in Shipping, so that the general Maritime environment will be better understood by users.
The main topic of the seminar will be a general presentation on Shipping Accounting. Specifically, there will be a description of the structure and use of the various accounting groups used by a Shipping Company. Emphasis will be given to the most characteristic accounting groups and there will be presented practical examples of handling these standard “Shipping” accounts.
It is desirable for the prospective attendee to already have basic accounting knowledge.
The scope of the seminar:
An accurate connection of the basic accounting concepts with the actual Maritime environment, aiming to the best possible understanding of Shipping Accounting and how it works and is connected with the structure of a Shipping Group.
Basic topics of the seminar:
- Structure and Organization of a Shipping Group
- Shipping Terminology and Abbreviations
- Main subject:
- Shipping Accounting
- Structure of the accounts groups of a Shipping company
- General description of the accounts groups of a Shipping company
- A brief analysis of the most characteristic “Shipping” accounts
- Presentation of handling some “standard shipping” accounts with practical examples
Why attend the seminar?
Through a detailed description and explanation of the various structures, definitions and accounting groups used daily in a Shipping Group, someone who has the basic accounting knowledge, will be able to combine them with those encountered in a Shipping Group, in order to understand a large extent and be able to integrate into this Sector of Economics aiming to pursue a career there.
For more information, please call +30 210 7778877.