Accounting standards - Consolidation - Workshop SG 2020

Accounting for group consolidation is based on the economic entity model as opposed to the previous parent entity model. Gain an in-depth understanding of the changes in accounting standard and concepts resulting from the use of the economic entity model.

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Overview

Accounting for group consolidation is based on the economic entity model as opposed to the previous parent entity model. Gain an in-depth understanding of the changes in accounting standard and concepts resulting from the use of the economic entity model.

Key Topics Covered:

Introduction to FRS 110, FRS 103 (revised) and FRS 127 (revised) Principles underlying these revised standards – scope and objectives Post-combination accounting

  • Elimination of intercompany transactions
  • Concept of elimination of unrealised profits in group situations (upstream and downstream eliminations)

Control redefined under FRS 110

  • how to determine control and joint-control

Acquisition accounting

  • Identifying a business combination
  • Applying acquisition method of accounting for a business combination – fair value adjustments
  • Recognising and measuring identifiable assets acquired and the liabilities assumed in a business combination
  • Accounting for non-controlling interests (NCI)
  • Appropriate consolidation adjustments for a business combination

Step up acquisition

  • associate to subsidiary situations

Changes in group structure without loss of control

  • transactions between parent and NCI

Changes in group structure with loss of control

  • Partial disposals - disposal of a controlling interest but retaining a non-controlling residual interest (eg associate)

Equity method of accounting

  • Elimination of unrealised profit

 

Trainer Profile

Oh Ai Sim

Ms Oh has over 21 years of audit related experience with a big four accounting firm. Her portfolio of clients includes public listed entities and multinational corporations covering the following industries: retailing, manufacturing, trading, property development and construction. She also conducted in-house and client training covering FRS and audit related topics.

Objectives

  • apply the underlying principles of business combinations;
  • apply the concept changes arising from the economic entity model and the appropriate consolidation adjustments in line with the revised FRS 103 and FRS 110; and
  • construct a consolidation worksheet

Audience

This workshop is suitable for Accountants, Financial Managers, Finance Controllers and anyone who is interested in the key SFRS requirements and its application.

Details

103123040

1 day

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