A Practitioner's Guide to Full Fair Value Accounting of Financial Instruments [Paperback]by Veronica Poole
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Description of A Practitioner's Guide to Full Fair Value Accounting of Financial InstrumentsA Practitioner's Guide to Full Fair Value Accounting of Financial Instruments is a straightforward, practical guide that leads you from the basic theory through to disclosure.
Who needs this book?
Essential reading for all practitioners involved in financial accounting, including.
Standard setters & interest groups
Academics of accounting, business studies, commercial law and related studies
Press and Industry Reviews'This book is a useful contribution to the debate. It aims, and I believe succeeds, in setting out the proposals and the debate in an accessible and convenient form. It should help understanding. Hopefully, not just understanding of what is proposed, but also understanding by both sides of the other side of the debate.'
Sir David Tweedie, Chairman
International Accounting Standards Board
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Contents of A Practitioner's Guide to Full Fair Value Accounting of Financial InstrumentsForeword by
Sir David Tweedie
1. The basic theory
2. What is a financial instrument?
3. The measurement hierarchy
4. Market considerations
5. When is the market price not good enough?
7. Recognition and derocognition
8. Balance sheet presentation
13. Will it happen and when