By R. Venkata Subramani
The monetary challenge that begun in mid-2007 led to the accounting normal setters and industry regulators around the globe to come back up with numerous proposals to change the accounting criteria. Accounting for Investments, quantity 2: fastened source of revenue and rate of interest Derivatives covers the revised criteria which are already suggested and covers the proposals which are presently being reviewed. The e-book starts off with the fundamentals for the monetary items coated, defining the product, how it is dependent, its merits and drawbacks, and the various occasions within the exchange lifestyles cycle. It then offers an exhaustive remedy of assorted accounting entries that are meant to be recorded through any entity protecting investments within the type of mounted source of revenue securities and rate of interest derivatives.
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The significance of the financial instruments in the corporate world cannot be undermined. Equally important is the proper accounting, presenting and disclosing the transactions related to the financial instruments. In the present day scenario, transparency, accuracy and accountability are perceived by the stakeholders to be of paramount importance. This book will go a long way in facilitating proper accounting and reporting of financial instrument related transactions same as the Volume 1 of the same series.
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