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ACT3127 Advanced Financial Accounting II. Financial Instruments FRS 132 : Presentation and Disclosure IFRS 7: Disclosure. Contents. Hedging and Hedge Accounting FRS 132: FI – Presentation and Disclosures IFRS 7: Disclosures Conclusion. Hedging: what is. “Hedging arrangements involve

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act3127 advanced financial accounting ii

ACT3127 Advanced Financial Accounting II

Financial Instruments

FRS 132 : Presentation and DisclosureIFRS 7: Disclosure

contents
Contents
  • Hedging and Hedge Accounting
  • FRS 132: FI – Presentation and Disclosures
  • IFRS 7: Disclosures
  • Conclusion
hedging what is
Hedging: what is

“Hedging arrangements involve

a hedging instrument offsetting movements

in a hedged item”

(139.9)

  • “hedged item” – foreign currency debt
  • “hedging instrument” – foreign currency forward contract
hedging the challenge
Hedging: the challenge
  • Effective hedging: eliminate???
  • Risk exposed:

operating – manufacturing & marketing activities

financial – exposure to market factors

  • Which one to hedge?

- distinguish the risks that company is paid to take and the ones that are not

hedge accounting
Hedge Accounting
  • “..Match the two halves of the hedging relationship, so as not to affect the income statement one-sidedly..”
  • Note: ALL trading instrumentsmust be classified as “FV through P&L”. Other FI may be classified under “FV through P&L”.
  • Not mandatory
hedge accounting criteria
Hedge Accounting: criteria

“Hedge accounting can be used only if certain strict criteria are met”

(139.88)

  • Hedge formally designated and documented at inception
  • Expected to be highly effective (AG105)
  • CFH – forecast transaction must be highly probable and must present an exposure to variations in cash flows that could ultimately affect profit & loss
  • Effectiveness can be reliably measured
  • Assessed on an ongoing basis and determined actually to have been highly effective throughout the reporting periods
hedge accounting effectiveness test
Hedge Accounting: Effectiveness test
  • Prospective effectiveness test

- forward-looking

- at inception and prepare for FS

  • Retrospective effectiveness test

- backward-looking

- prepare for FS

hedge accounting how to apply
Hedge Accounting: how to apply
  • Understand risk exposures and their effects on financial statements

evaluate the risks exposed to

how do you want to manage

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Hedge Accounting: how to apply

2. Designate/document hedge relationship

- to qualify, include:

risk management objective and strategy

identification of the hedging instrument

the related hedge item or transaction

nature of the risk being hedged

method of assessing the effectiveness

of the hedge

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Hedge Accounting: how to apply
  • Account for the hedge relationship

Fair-value hedge

Cash-flow hedge

Exposure to changes in fair-value

Gains / losses recognised in current net income

Exposure to variability of cash flows

Gains / losses recognised in other comprehensive income (equity)

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Hedge Accounting: how to apply

4. Discontinue hedge accounting

inneffective or terminated

(prospective basis)

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Hedge Accounting: how to apply

5. Provide disclosure

Company’s objectives and strategy

Sufficient information to understand hedge accounting’s effect on financial statements

further readings
Further readings
  • C.J. Woelfel, Hedging, Encyclopedia of Banking & Finance (9th Edition)
  • I.H. Giddy, The Corporate Hedging Process, Bank of Montreal
  • I.P.N. Hague, Hedging and new standards, Accounting Standards Board (Canada)
  • PWC, IAS 139 – Achieving hedge accounting in practice
  • KPMG Guide: FRS 139 – Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement
frs 132 presentation disclosure
FRS 132 : Presentation & Disclosure
  • Presentation (132:15)
  • financial assets, liability or equity
  • in accordance with the substance of the contract and definition of the above groups
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FRS 132 : Presentation & Disclosure
  • Disclosure

- To provide information to enhance understanding…(132:51)

ifrs 7 disclosures
IFRS 7 : Disclosures
  • 70 additional disclosure requirements

Criteria used to classify

Capital management strategy

Qualitative disclosure: risks faced and the strategies used to manage them