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Accounting Advisory Services (AAS)

Accounting Advisory Services (AAS)



KPMG's Accounting Advisory Services is a dedicated team of professionals with in-depth technical accounting knowledge, capital markets insight and substantial industry experience. Our teams are experienced in advising clients on challenging, complex issues arising from transactions, business decisions and regulatory changes.


We can assist you with the issues your business is facing and provide the services you require. Contact a member of our Accounting Advisory team for assistance with complex financial reporting regulations, reporting processes and new requirements.


International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

Learn about the latest IFRS developments in insurance contractsleasesrevenue recognition, financial instruments and banking.


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Financial Reporting Update Sessions
Learn about the latest developments in the professional and regulatory environments under IFRS.



Breakfast Seminar
Date: November 20, 2014


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KPMG Learning

A one-stop shop for quality training in technical accounting and related topics geared to various learning formats, such as web-based self-study programs, webcasts, and customized on-site instructor-led classes.


To learn more about KPMG Learning’s course content, customized training or general inquiries, please contact us.

In the Marketplace

Keep informed on the new issues in accounting and what they mean for you.


Shaping the future of audit in Canada 


Audit Point of View

KPMG's featured stories are designed to provide you with the information you need to be successful and remain competitive in the marketplace.


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The CFO and the Audit Committee


Watch Todd Buchanan, National Leader of the AAS practice, as he leads a panel discussion on the unique relationship between the CFO and the audit committee.