IFRS 9 Financial instruments: what to expect from changes to hedge accounting (Live)
November 27, 2012 16:00 GMT
November 27, 2012 17:00 GMT
Do you have an up-to-date understanding of the IFRS 9 project on financial instruments? Do you understand the main requirements of the proposed general hedge accounting standard and how it would be applied to hedging strategies commonly used by corporate entities and financial institutions?
This webcast is aimed at CFOs, finance directors, audit committee members and controllers, from both financial and non-financial institutions, that take a proactive approach to addressing the impact of new standards and pronouncements under IFRS. The webcast will also offer participants the opportunity to question our panel of Ernst & Young professionals, as they discuss the ongoing development of IFRS 9 and, in particular, the proposed general hedge accounting standard.
In this webcast, we will discuss:
- The current status of the IFRS 9 Financial Instruments projects
- The main requirements of the proposed general hedge accounting model and how it would be applied to hedging strategies commonly used for corporate entities
- How financial institutions are impacted by the proposed general hedge accounting model
Please join us for this discussion and learn about the latest developments in the world of financial instruments accounting and reporting.
Michiel van der Lof
Ernst & Young IFRS Financial Instruments Working Group
Senior Manager, Ernst & Young LLP
Tony Clifford is the senior technical partner in the UK firm of Ernst & Young and is Co-Chairman of the Ernst & Young Global Financial Instruments Working Group.
Tony is also a member of the firm's Financial Accounting Advisory Services team, which specializes in advising clients on the complex accounting and practical issues for financial instruments under IFRS and on IFRS conversion for financial institutions.
Ernst & Young, Global IFRS Leader
Ruth Picker is the Global Leader of the IFRS Services group in Ernst & Young's Global Professional Practice. She is also a member of the International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee of the IASB. Ruth was previously the deputy chair of the Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB) and oversaw the introduction of IFRS in Australia.
Ernst & Young LLP
Martin Friedhoff is of Ernst & Young's IFRS Financial Instruments Working Group, formerly Associate Director at the IASB responsible for the hedge accounting projects.