IFRS 13 Fair Value Measurement
IFRS 13 Fair Value Measurement defines fair value, sets out a framework for measuring fair value, and requires disclosures about fair value. This factsheet sets out the key requirements of the standard.
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- 2023 Issued Standard – IFRS 13
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UK reduced disclosures – FRS 101
UK qualifying parents and subsidiaries can take advantage of FRS 101 Reduced Disclosure Framework. Our FRS 101 page gives more information on which entities qualify and the criteria to be met.
Amendments to the standard for FRS 101 preparers
There are no amendments to IFRS 13 in order to comply with the Companies Act and related Regulations.
Disclosure exemptions for FRS 101 preparers
FRS 101 paragraph 8(e) states that a qualifying entity is exempt from all of the disclosure requirements of IFRS 13 with the following limitations.
- Equivalent disclosures must be made in the consolidated financial statements of the group in which the entity is consolidated.
- A financial institution may not use the exemption from IFRS 13 in relation to financial instruments, but may use it in relation to other assets and liabilities.
- Non-financial institutions must make additional disclosures if certain financial instruments are measured at fair value.
IFRS 13 paragraphs for which exemption is available: 91–99.
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