EFRAG’s review of annual financial statements appeared to yield similar findings. This will also trigger an impairment review of the parent entity’s investment in the relevant subsidiary in the parent’s separate financial statements. 245 0 obj Entity X's initial interest in an investee (Entity Y) was accounted for applying IFRS 9 Financial In­stru­ments, and Entity X sub­se­quently acquires ad­di­tional interest in Entity Y and obtains control over Entity Y). endobj xmp.id:E543DDFA32C2E61189BA9019471AB07B Consequently, in principle, all income and expenses are included in that statement unless the Board decides, in exceptional circumstances, that including income or expenses arising from changes in the current value of an asset or liability in OCI would result in the statement of profit or loss providing more relevant information, or providing a more faithful representation of the entity’s financial performance for that period. The Board resolved that weakness: IFRS 9 has a single impairment model. 2330 0 obj In contrast, the Board’s longstanding view has been that recognising cost-based information in P&L does not provide relevant information about any equity investments, irrespective of why a company holds such an investment. The Committee received a sub­mis­sion about the accounting in an entity's (Entity X) separate financial state­ments for a step ac­qui­si­tion of a sub­sidiary (i.e. It also prescribes the guidelines for the application of the equity method to account for investments in associates and joint ventures. endobj 263 0 obj The effective interest rate used to discount the credit losses is The two entities from each group with the largest holdings of equity investments classified as AFS hold 59%, 77% and 90% of the total equity investments classified as AFS for their group. endobj But actually there was a relatively modest response to the public consultation—26 respondents—and, as previously explained, not all of those respondents reported a high proportion of equity investments classified as AFS applying IAS 39. The findings show that the incidence of recognising value changes on equity investments in OCI and related concerns are not widespread. endobj IFRS 9 . 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ECL can be 12-month ECL or lifetime ECL depending on whether there was a significant increase in credit risk (IFRS 9.5.5.3). 262 0 obj Financial Instruments: Disclosures. Using the IFRS 9 terminology, “bad debt provision” = impairment of financial assets, or a loss allowance. Investors would likely find alternatives from market pricing unacceptable especially when equities are quoted on active markets. While it is not further limited in scope, the Board consciously designed this election for a narrow population of equity investments that are held for such strategic reasons or benefits. This is why the default in IFRS 9 is to recognise changes in the value of equity investments in P&L. 242 0 obj 217 0 obj <> As a result of the issue of IFRS 9, IAS 36 is amended to: Exclude financial instruments accounted for in accordance with IFRS 9, rather than IAS 39. <> Adobe InDesign CS6 (Windows) In our view, the concerns expressed about the requirements for equity investments are not widespread and therefore there is not a compelling reason for the Board to reconsider those requirements at this point in time. 246 0 obj IFRS 9 requires particular (simple) debt investments to be measured at fair value with value changes recognised in OCI. Cost of an Investment in a Subsidiary, Jointly Controlled Entity or Associate (Amendments to IFRS 1 First- time Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards and IAS 27), issued in May 2008, added : paragraph 12(h). 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