IFRS for banks

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The latest on IFRS developments that directly impact banks, and the potential accounting implications of regulatory requirements.

The latest on IFRS and related developments that directly impact banks.

Keep up to speed with accounting change for banks

The biggest accounting development for banks today is likely to be IFRS 9 Financial Instruments, which will have a significant impact on the balance sheet, along with accounting systems and processes. With the effective date of IFRS 9 only months away, banks’ implementation projects should already be in top gear – our materials will help you keep up to speed.

Our newsletter, The Bank Statement, brings you a topical quarterly update on the accounting issues affecting banks. Our IFRS Newsletter: IFRS 9 Impairment will help you keep abreast of the deliberations on how to implement IFRS 9’s new impairment model – conducted by the ITG, a discussion forum set up for this purpose by the IASB.

The new accounting requirements may also be impacted by regulatory requirements, such as those issued by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.

The new revenue standard, IFRS 15, will also be high on banks’ agendas, along with the new leases standard, IFRS 16, and other accounting projects – e.g. insurance and distinguishing liabilities and equity.


 

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IFRS Newsletter: IFRS 9 Impairment

Issue 4 – Revolving credit facilities

 
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Banks – Are you prepared for IFRS 9?

We look at the possible impacts of IFRS 9, actions that may be needed and how KPMG can help.

 
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Banks – Accounting for expected credit losses

Basel Committee updates guidance on sound credit risk practices where ECL models are used

 
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Banks – Implementing IFRS 9’s impairment requirements

Global accounting networks issue guidance to help audit committees oversee implementation

 
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Banks – EDTF guidance on new credit risk disclosures

Principles on bank disclosures updated to reflect accounting for expected credit losses

 
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