Hedging made simple contains key principles of hedge accounting guidance under AS 30 Financial Instruments: Measurement and Recognition presented in the easy-to-follow manner. This book contains illustrative examples which have been developed to reflect the hedging strategies followed, and hedging instruments generally used by Indian entities. 

Key Features:-

  • key principles of hedge accounting presented in an easy-to-follow manner
  • Incorporates examples to illustrate the mechanics of hedge accounting for all 3 types of hedging rel
  • Includes illustrative examples specially developed for the Indian scenario on
  • hedging foreign currency denominated future cash flows for foreign currency risk using forward contr
  • hedging the risk of variability in cash flows arising on foreign-currency
  • Denominated interest-rate instruments using cross-currency interest-rate swaps

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General Information  
PublisherCCH India
Publish YearJuly 2011