IFRS – Financial instruments

IFRS – Financial instruments

KPMG’s insights on evolving accounting practice for financial instruments.

KPMG’s insights on evolving accounting practice for financial instruments.

Fundamental changes

IFRS 9 Financial Instruments brings fundamental changes to financial instruments accounting and replaces IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement. Our materials on the new standard will help you understand the new requirements and assess the impact on your company.

We also look at other recent developments that impact financial instruments accounting, such as macro hedging.

Volume 2 of Insights into IFRS provides our latest thinking on the current accounting for financial instruments and on IFRS 9 (2014). 

You may also be interested in our IFRS for Banks hot topics page.

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The Bank Statement – Q3 2015

Issue 19 – Accounting for client clearing continues to generate debate.

 
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IFRS Newsletter: IFRS 9 Impairment

Issue 2 – ITG tackles some difficult areas of judgement.

 
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IFRS Newsletter: Financial Instruments

Issue 27 – Classifying derivatives on own equity

 
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IFRS 9 for insurers

The new financial instruments standard is part of a sea-change in reporting for insurers.

 
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Introducing IFRS 9

IFRS 9 (2014) introduces new requirements on classification, measurement and impairment.

 
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General hedge accounting

The new general hedge accounting standard will align hedge accounting more closely with risk management.

 
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Dynamic risk management

A new approach to macro hedge accounting aims to better reflect risk management in IFRS.

 
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