Deloitte’s iGAAP 2015 manuals, published by Wolters Kluwer UK, are the authoritative guides for preparers and auditors of IFRS financial statements.
The volumes set out comprehensive guidance for entities reporting under International Financial Reporting Standards. They provide the most detailed and up-to-date guidance. The manuals are available as print books in 3 volume sets.
The iGAAP 2015 volumes cover IFRS requirements extant at 31 July 2014, with discussion and analysis of significant recent changes. These include:
• the new ‘complete’ IFRS 9 Financial Instruments, with its revised requirements for hedging, classification and measurement, and impairment;
• IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers, which will affect almost all entities reporting
under IFRSs; and
• significant developments in the area of Integrated Reporting.
iGAAP 2015
Volume A: A guide to IFRS reporting Parts 1 & 2
This two-part volume covers all IFRSs other than those dealing exclusively with financial instruments.
It has been updated for the new revenue recognition Standard, IFRS 15, and more minor amendments to other Standards, as well as including for the first time guidance on Integrated Reporting. The guidance from expert authors focusses on practical implementation issues, resulting in an authoritative and practical reference work for all preparers and users of IFRS financial statements and their advisers.
iGAAP 2015
Volume B: Financial Instruments – IFRS 9 and related Standards
Financial instruments are a hugely complex area, but this volume clearly explains the application of IFRS 9 and related financial instruments Standards. It is an essential aid for those already applying IFRS 9, those who are planning their move to IFRS 9, and other interested parties trying to gain a better understanding of the impact of the new ‘complete’ Standard. The text goes beyond and behind the technical requirements, unearthing common practices and problems, and providing views, interpretations, clear explanations and examples.
iGAAP 2015
Volume C: Financial Instruments – IAS 39 and related Standards
Until IFRS 9 is required to be applied for annual reporting periods on or after 1 January 2018, IAS 39 will continue to be widely used. For entities that are still applying IAS 39 and the related financial instruments Standards, this volume provides in-depth coverage of the practical issues they are likely to encounter. With expert commentary and insight based on deep technical knowledge of the subject area, this volume is an essential aid for preparers and auditors alike.

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PublisherCCH India
Publish YearJanuary 2015