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Furthermore, companies with subsidiaries in countries that require or permit IFRS may be able to use one accounting language company-wide. Companies may also benefit by using IFRS if they wish to raise capital abroad.
What is the difference between convergence and adoption? Convergence means that GAAP of that country would continue working together to develop high quality, compatible accounting standards over time.
More convergence will make adoption easier and less costly and may even make adoption of IFRS unnecessary. Supporters of adoption, however, believe that convergence alone will never eliminate all of the differences between the two sets of standards. General purpose financial statements are those that present fairly financial position as on particular date, operating results for a period ending on that date, cash flows and notes on financial statements including accounting policies for that period.
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An entity has public accountability if: a Its debt or equity instruments are traded in a public market or it is in the process of issuing such instruments for trading in a public market a domestic or foreign stock exchange or an over-the-counter market, including local and regional markets , or b It holds assets in a fiduciary capacity for a broad group of outsiders as one of its primary businesses.
If an entity holds assets in a fiduciary capacity as an incidental part of its business, that does not 9 make it publicly accountable.
Entities that fall into this category may include public utilities, travel and real estate agents, schools, and charities. The standard does not contain a limit on the size of an entity that may use the IFRS for SMEs provided that it does not have public accountability. Nor is there a restriction on its use by a public utility, not-for-profit entity, or public sector entity.
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Companies whose shares or other securities are listed on a stock exchange outside India b. According to the press note issued by the government, those companies will convert their first balance sheet as of 1 April , applying accounting standards convergent with IFRS if the accounting year ends on 31 March.
This implies that the transition date will be 1 April According to the earlier plan, the transition date was fixed at 1 April The press note does not clarify whether the full set of financial statements for the year —12 will be prepared by applying accounting standards convergent with IFRS.
The deferment of the transition may make companies happy, but it will undermine India's position. Presumably, lack of preparedness of Indian companies has led to the decision to defer the adoption of IFRS for a year.
This is unfortunate that India, which boasts for its IT and accounting skills, could not prepare itself for the transition to IFRS over last four years.
But that might be the ground reality. Transition to IFRS in phases is a smart move. The transition cost for smaller companies will be much lower because large companies will bear the initial cost of learning and smaller companies will not be required to reinvent the wheel.
However, this will happen only if a significant number of large companies engage Indian accounting firms to provide them support in their transition to IFRS.
If, most large companies, which will comply with Indian accounting standards convergent with IFRS in the first phase, choose one of the international firms, Indian accounting firms and smaller companies will not benefit from the learning in the first phase of the transition to IFRS.
It is likely that international firms will protect their learning to retain their competitive advantage. Therefore, it is for the benefit of the country that each company makes judicious choice of the accounting firm as its partner without limiting its choice to international accounting firms.
Public sector companies should take the lead and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India ICAI should develop a clear strategy to diffuse the learning. Size of companies The government has decided to measure the size of companies in terms of net worth.
This is not the ideal unit to measure the size of a company. Net worth in the balance sheet is determined by accounting principles and methods. Therefore, it does not include the value of intangible assets. Moreover, as most assets and liabilities are measured at historical cost, the net worth does not reflect the current value of those assets and liabilities.
Market capitalisation is a better measure of the size of a company.Information contained in this publication does not constitute advice and should not be substituted for the services of an appropriately qualified professional. Information contained in this publication does not constitute advice and should not be substituted for the services of an appropriately qualified professional.
IFRIC 4. The standards therefore only became effective on 1 January Adoption and copyright.