This course will enable participants to understand how financial assets, liabilities, derivative instruments, equity instruments, debt instruments, hybrid instruments and complex products should be accounted.
It will bring out the areas where fair valuation is a must, where fair valuation is optional and where the accountant can continue with simple cost and/or amortized cost. The course will address accounting of derivative instruments and hedge accounting. It will cover various types of hedges and accounting nuances of each type.
AS 30, 31 and 32 are complex standards which will govern accounting of financial instruments and derivatives for all corporate (regardless of whether IFRS applies to them or not) from April 2011. These standards require clarity of concepts on fair value, discounting and basic understanding of derivatives. In the context, a two days program on Accounting for Financial Instruments and Derivatives has been designed by the BSE Institute Ltd.
Accounting professionals, Finance professionals, Treasury managers, Auditors, Consultants, Derivative operation practitioners, Officials from Banks, Importers & Exporters, CA’s
10.00 am to 5.30 pm
Rs. 10,000.00 + Applicable Service Tax per participant inclusive of tuition fees, reference material and (morning / evening) refreshments only.
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