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IFRS and US GAAP long awaited changes to hedge accounting

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The IASB took a comprehensive approach in revising its hedge accounting guidance. Effective for most companies in 2018, IFRS 9 brings many welcomed changes.

IFRS vs. US GAAP: PP&E – Component approach

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IFRS requires entities to separately depreciate the parts that are significant parts of property, plant and equipment.

IFRS vs. US GAAP: Liability/equity classification

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Many instruments classified as a financial liability under IFRS could be classified as equity or temporary equity under US GAAP.

IFRS vs. US GAAP: R&D costs

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The accounting for research and development costs under IFRS can be significantly more complex than under US GAAP.

IFRS vs. US GAAP: R&D costs

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Under US GAAP, R&D costs within the scope of ASC 730 are expensed as incurred.

IFRS vs. US GAAP: Liability/ equity classification

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The general principles that drive the classification of a financial instrument as a financial liability or as equity under IFRS are outlined below.

Impairment under IFRS 9 for US companies

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Both IFRS 9 and CECL focus on expected credit losses, but the models are significantly different.

Information management

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How do you effectively transform data on a consistent basis into information which can provide actionable intelligence for an organization? KPMG believes it starts with identifying, enabling, and realizing business value.

Getting a handle on IT supplier management

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Vendor Management Offices can help IT organizations tame the challenges in managing their supplier base, while driving efficiencies, governance and cost savings

Information technology

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IT is expected to add value by improving business performance, by accelerating time to market, by opening new markets and facilitating mergers and acquisitions.
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