Consolidated financial statements - Workshop SG 2018
Accounting for group consolidation is based on the economic entity model as opposed to the previous parent entity model. Gain insights on the changes to concepts and accounting 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
This workshop is part of the Finance For the Future Program and is eligible for funding support of more than 40%* off the workshop fees. Eligibility conditions apply. Enter code FUTURE18 at checkout.
*Discount based on member price
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.
- 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
This workshop is suitable for Accountants, Financial Managers, Finance Controllers and anyone who is interested in the key SFRS requirements and its application.