- IAS 32 - Financial Instruments: Presentation (detailed review)
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- Day 2 IAS 32 39 Financial
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ii) Derivative contracts are settled other than by the exchange of fixed amount of cash or other financial asset for fixed number of own equity instruments of the entity.
IAS 32 - Financial Instruments: Presentation (detailed review)
The requirements of this standard are applicable to all types of financial instruments except for the following:
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ii) To exchange financial instrument with the other party under the terms which are potentially favorable to the enterprise (Derivatives)
Day 2 IAS 32 39 Financial
Cash a/c $7,555,555
Equity a/c $657,955
Loan a/c $6,897,655
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ii) Derivative contracts and are settled other than by the exchange of fixed amount of cash or other financial asset for fixed number of the own equity instruments of the entity.
i) Non-derivative contracts, under which entity is obliged to receive variable number of it’s own equity instruments
This standard prescribes the guidelines for the presentation of financial instrument either as financial asset, financial liability or equity instrument from the issuer&rsquo s perspective. It also provides the guidelines for the accounting treatment of the interest, dividend and gains or losses related to financial instruments and the circumstances, when a financial asset can be off set with a financial liability.
However, the recognition and measurement rules for financial instrument are covered under IFRS 9 and related disclosure requirements are covered under IFRS 7
Interest Expense a/c $666,789
Bank a/c $675,555
Loan a/c $96,789
For this purpose the entity’s own equity instruments do not include puttable instruments which are classified as equity instruments as per the requirements of this standard
a) When the contractual terms allow each party to settle the contract net in cash or another financial instrument