The first book covering IFRS 9 implementations for most commonly traded financial instruments as part of the practical implementation of IFRS 9
The latest version of IFRS 9 requires an entirely new accounting framework that varies greatly from its predecessor IAS 39 framework. Yet, there are scant few guides focusing on the needs of finance professionals looking to fully comply with IFRS 9 accounting standards. The first book of its kind, this book provides detailed guidance to the implementation of IFRS 9 for finance professionals. The only book combining coverage of most commonly traded derivative and non-derivative financial instruments with IFRS 9 accounting standards it provides practical, in-depth coverage of disclosure requirements and challenges. A handbook for busy practitioners in search of practical solutions, it features a wealth of real world illustrations of typical accounting entries for the full array of financial instruments covered.
* The first handbook for finance professionals versus accountants, it combines comprehensive coverage of both financial instruments and IFRS 9 accounting requirements
* Simplifies IFRS 9 principles, explains implementation, and features real-world illustrations of accounting entries and analyses for nearly ninety commonly traded derivative and non-derivative instruments
* Coauthored by the Director of Ernst & Young's Financial Advisory Services Group, London and a CPA with more than thirty years' auditing and IFRS training experience