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This webinar aims to summarise the developments in the new Danish Bookkeeping Act since our last webinar in April 2023.

We will give you insights into the latest theoretical and practical developments, with a primary focus on the issues we have seen in practice after all guidelines and executive orders have been issued. It is possible to ask questions during registration, if you have something you would like the speakers to address during the webinar.

If you want to know more about our previous webinars, click here:

This webinar is relevant for:

All relevant functions and titles (except for personally owned companies that do not take the minimum Class A exam).

Course Certificate

Participation in the webinar counts as mandatory continuing education for approved auditors in accordance with the provisions of the Danish Auditors Act. Attendance provides continuing education hours of 1 hour. However, the course certificate requires that you attend the full webinar. The course certificate will be sent via e-mail. 


Practical information

Date and time: Tuesday, 6 December 2023 at 12.30-14.00.

The webinar itself is from 12.30-13.30 followed by a 30-minute Q&A session.

Registration: This is an online event that takes place via Teams. You can register for the webinar here. 

Language: Danish

All rights to make changes are reserved. The organiser also reserves the right to accept participants for the event. The webinar may be recorded and used for marketing purposes.


Jane Thorhauge Møllmann, Director, KPMG in Denmark
Jane is Director in KPMG's Department for Professional Practice in the Nordics. She has worked with accounting under both the Danish Financial Statements Act and IFRS for over 20 years and has provided advice to large and medium-sized Danish companies and multinational groups in many different sectors.

Michael Sten Larsen, Partner, KPMG in Denmark

Michael has more than 25 years of experience in IFRS financial reporting. As an accredited IFRS Reviewing Partner, Michael has access to both the Danish and international KPMG resources that may be required to assist clients with complex auditing or accounting matters.

Michael leads KPMG's Nordic professional backbone and is a frequent speaker both internally and externally. He has a broad experience in IFRS reporting that includes both auditing and advising on accounting matters for many large and global organisations.

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