Financial Instruments Accounting Master Class

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This two-day comprehensive master class on financial instruments will help you understand how these challenges impact your business, enabling you to make an informed decision. It aims to provide insights on:
  1. Revised approach to measurement of all financial assets and liabilities
  2. Principle-based, unified model of classification and measurement based on both the use of assets within an entity’s business model and the nature of cash flows
  3. Reclassification between measurement categories only when the business model for managing them changes
  4. Fundamental redesign of provisioning model for financial assets, financial guarantees, loan commitments and lease receivables
  5. Move from an “incurred loss” model to an “expected loss” model
  6. In-depth understanding of the hedge accounting model under Ind AS 109/IFRS 9
  7. Understanding of disclosure requirements under Ind AS 7/IFRS 7 
This master class will be delivered by senior professionals who have extensive training experience, as well as wide-ranging experience of financial instruments consulting engagements. Facilitators will share global best practices and perspectives to provide a holistic understanding of the challenges related to financial instruments accounting.

Program Overview
  1. Overview on Ind AS
  2. Ind AS 109/IFRS 9 – Financial instruments
  3. Classification
  4. Recognition
  5. Measurement
  6. Impairment
  7. Hedge accounting
  8. Ind AS 113/IFRS 13 – Fair value measurement
  9. Ind AS 32/IAS 32 – Financial instruments: presentation
  10. Ind AS 107/IFRS 7 – Financial instruments: disclosure
  11. GAAP differences 
 
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    Financial Instruments Accounting Master Class

    On 24 July 2014, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) issued the final version of IFRS 9 Financial Instruments. This brought together the classification and measurement, impairment and hedge accounting topics of the IASB’s project to replace IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement and all previous versions of IFRS 9.
    In India, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs notified Ind AS 109 (corresponding to IFRS 9), which is applicable phase-wise according to the roadmap issued by MCA.
    Adoption of Ind AS 109 has forced corporates to plan for its implementation, which will require substantial preparation, and a year of parallel run, to ensure readiness for its adoption. Experiences suggest that it will take significant time to implement the changes in a robust and strategic manner, given the impact on data, systems, models, regulatory capital and KPIs.
     
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