IFRS and Risks

Ects : 3

Enseignant responsable :

  • DIDIER BENSADON

Volume horaire : 21

Description du contenu de l'enseignement :
Chapter 1: Business combinations and financial consolidated statements
A) Business combinations : An historical perspective
B) Why business combinations?
C) Reasons for subsidiary companies
D) Types of business combinations
E) Definition of consolidated financial statements
F) Classes of users
G) Consolidated financial statements concepts’
H) Reglementation of consolidated financial statements

Chapter 2: The scope of consolidation
A) Control (IFRS 10)
B) Significant influence (IAS 28)
C) Joint control (IFRS 11)

Chapter 3: Methods of consolidation
A) Full consolidation
B) Equity method
C) Proportionate consolidation

Chapter 4: Elimination of intercompany trading, unrealized profits and reconciliation of inter company balances
A) Reconciliation for depreciation
B) Reconciliation for finance lease (IAS 17)
C) Elimination of inter company trading
D) Elimination of unrealized profits

Chapter 5: Goodwill in consolidated financial statements: IFRS 3
A) Economical approach
B) Accounting approach
C) Analyse of the goodwill
D) Treatments and reflex ion about the goodwill

Chapter 6 :
Audits of group financial statements
A) Group-wide Controls
B) Consolidation Process
C) Matters relating to the consolidation process
D) Matters relating to consolidation adjustments

Pré-requis obligatoires :
Financial accounting
Coefficient : 1
Compétence à acquérir :
Focus on IFRS concerning consolidated financial statements
Analyse risks in the process of consolidated financial statements
Interpretation of International Standard Audit (600) on consolidated financial statements
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