2 edition of A Commentary on Financial Reporting Standards, FRS17 (Financial Reporting Standards: Commentaries) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gee Publishing Ltd|
|Publishers||Gee Publishing Ltd|
|LC Classifications||November 22, 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
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" Framework Management commentary should provide users of financial statements existing and potential investors, lenders and other creditors with integrated information providing a context for the related financial statements, including the entity's resources and the claims against the entity and its resources, and the transactions and other events that change them.
As such, this application will allow you to read a part of the CRS and the relevant Commentaries thereon directly next to each other, which will hopefully be a useful tool for consulting the Standard.
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No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages. Watch the video below in which Hans Hoogervorst introduces the Exposure Draft. Please see to learn more. Hans Hoogervorst, Chair of the International Accounting Standards Board, said: The proposed new framework provides a robust basis for bringing together in a single report financial, sustainability and other information about the matters that are fundamental to a company's long-term prospects.
avoiding generic and immaterial disclosures. The disclosure objectives are designed to enable companies to identify and provide information that is material to investors, and to enable regulators and auditors to assess compliance with the proposed framework.
Supplement and complement information presented in the financial statements and possess the qualitative characteristics described in the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting Presentation Management commentary should be clear and straightforward and be presented with a focus on the most important information in a manner intended to address the principles described in the Practice Statement, specifically:• No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages.
History of IFRS Practice Statement Management Commentary 2002 Project team established involving Germany, New Zealand, United Kingdom and Canada 27 October 2005 Discussion Paper Management Commentary published by IASB December 2007 Project moved from research agenda to active agenda 23 June 2009 Exposure Draft Management Commentary published by IASB 8 December 2010 IFRS Practice Statement Management Commentary published by the IASB Related Projects• Elements of management commentary Although the particular focus of management commentary will depend on the facts and circumstances of the entity, management commentary should include information that is essential to an understanding of the five elements discussed in the table below.
Commentaries on the Common Reporting Standard CRS For each section of the CRS and the Model Competent Authority Agreements, a detailed Commentary has been developed that is intended to illustrate or interpret its provisions and that aims to ensure consistency in application across jurisdictions, as to avoid creating unnecessary costs and complexity for financial institutions, in particular those with operations A Commentary on Financial Reporting Standards more than one jurisdiction.
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Management commentary also serves as a basis for understanding management's objectives and its strategies for achieving those objectives. It would be based on information used to manage the business, including financial and non-financial metrics used to monitor performance.
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Management commentary provides users with historical explanations of the amounts presented in the financial statements, specifically the entity's financial position, financial performance and cash flows.
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