The accounting standard IFRS 9 sets out the requirements for recognising and measuring financial assets, financial liabilities and some contracts to buy or sell non-financial items. Find articles, books and online resources providing quick links to the standard, summaries, guidance and news of recent developments.
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IFRS 9 Financial Instruments
IASB project summary issued in July 2014 giving an overview of the standard and information on additions and changes to the final version of IFRS 9.
IFRS 9 Financial Instruments
IASB technical summary, as issued at 1 January 2013.
IFRS 9: Financial Instruments (replacement of IAS 39)
Project summary from the IASB. Information includes plan and timelines, objectives, convergence with US GAAP and consultative documents.
IFRS 9 – Financial Instruments
Timeline and summary from Deloitte IAS Plus, with information on related interpretations and amendments under consideration.
Topic summary provided by PwC, giving latest developments and overview, a summary of the standard and links to relevant resources.
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IASB completes reform of financial instruments accounting
Press release issued on 24 July 2014 announcing the completion of IFRS 9 and summarising key reforms.
IASB completes important steps in reform of financial instruments accounting
Project update press release issued on 19 November 2013 announcing amendments to IFRS 9.
Draft of forthcoming IFRS on general hedge accounting
Project update issued on 7 September 2012 announcing the publication of IASB's draft accounting requirements to be added to IFRS 9.
IASB defers IFRS 9 mandatory effective date to 2015
Press release issued by the IASB on 16 December 2011 announcing amendments to the standard.
IASB issues additions to IFRS 9 for financial liability accounting
Press release from the IASB, issued on 28 October 2010, announcing additions to the standard to address the ‘own credit’ problem.
IASB addresses ‘counter-intuitive’ effects of fair value measurement of financial liabilities
Press release issued by the IASB on 11 May 2010.
IASB completes first phase of financial instruments accounting reform
Press release issued by the IASB on 12 November 2009.
Some guides and comparisons that we link to may pre-date the latest amendments to this standard. While these resources contain useful information, please treat them with appropriate caution.
Website collecting commentary and articles on applying the new hedge accounting model.
Hedging in practice: Frequently asked questions
Guide from PwC, published in January 2015, covering risk management and documentation, hedge effectiveness, accounting, hedged item and hedged instrument.
IFRS 9: Classification and measurement
In-depth guide produced by PwC in August 2014 looking at changes to classification and measurement of financial assets.
IFRS 9: Expected credit losses
In-depth guide from PwC looking at the standard's new impairment model which affects recognition of losses. The guide also features several illustrative examples. Published August 2014.
Hedge accounting under IFRS 9
Detailed guide with many examples published by EY in February 2014.
Practical guide: General hedge accounting
Detailed guide published by PwC in December 2013 that explores new requirements of IFRS 9 and differences with IAS 39.
First Impressions: IFRS 9 (2013) – Hedge accounting and transition
Detailed guide published in December 2013 by KPMG examining changes within the standard for hedge accounting and risk management.
The IASB issues IFRS 9 (2013) – hedge accounting is now complete
Bulletin produced by EY in November 2013 outlining changes to the standard with new hedge accounting requirements.
IASB issues final standard on hedge accounting and amendments to IFRS 9
Bulletin published by PwC in November 2013 looking at key changes and implications.
A practical guide to new IFRSs for 2013
Guide published by PwC in March 2013 covering new standards and interpretations, including IFRS 9.
Facing the challenge: Business implications of IFRS 4, 9 and Solvency II for insurers
Report issued by Ernst & Young in January 2012 describing the impact of IFRS 4 Phase II, IFRS 9 and Solvency II implementation.
Limited improvements to IFRS classification and measurement - The impact for insurers and next steps
Publication from Ernst & Young, published March 2012.
First Impressions: Additions to IFRS 9 Financial Instruments
Publication from KPMG, released in December 2010, looking at requirements in the new standard.
IASB updates IFRS 9 for financial liabilities
‘Straight away’ IFRS bulletin published by PwC in October 2010 summarising changes to the standard.
What investment professionals say about financial instrument reporting
Survey of investors and analysts views on accounting and reporting for financial instruments, published by PwC in June 2010.
New on the Horizon: Fair value option for financial liabilities
Guide from KPMG, published September 2010, considers the proposed requirements of ED/2010/4.
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