IFRS 9 does NOT prescribe the format, so it’s up to you to decide. Just don’t forget to include everything it needs and don’t forget to make it AT THE INCEPTION of your hedging relationship. Example – hedging documentation. EUtec, a producer of technical equipment operating in Germany with the functional currency of EUR, enters into a contract to produce and sell technical equipment ... 9.1 Discontinuation of an entire hedging . relationship 58 9.2artial discontinuation of a hedging P relationship 58 9.3 History of forecast transactions failing to . occur 59 9.4 Clearing derivatives with central counterparties 59. 10 Presentation 61. 10.1 Cash flow hedges 61 10.2air value hedges F 62 10.3 Hedged groups 62. 11 Disclosures 63. 11.1 Overview 63 11.2 Risk management strategy 63 ... This scope exception is not applicable when hedging closed portfolios. IFRS 9 addresses the accounting for hedges of closed portfolios or groups of items that constitute a gross or net position (refer to section 5 below for further details). It is expected that the macro hedging project will be most relevant for financial institutions, but it is still possible that the Board may broaden the ... The designation of the aggregated net positions for forex risks, such as the netting of foreign-currency cash flows of planned receivables and liabilities was not possible under the IAS 39 regime. With IFRS 9, you now have the possibility to designate this risk directly. The advantage of designating a net position is that the representation of hedges in the balance sheet is truer to the entity ... IFRS 9 will become effective regarding the recognition of financial instruments on 1 January 2019. The replacement of the previous standard IAS 39 contains numerous measures, which corporate groups are currently implementing at full speed. Two and a half months before the "go live" date, it is time to take stock. Which key measures and actions should already have been successfully implemented ... Generally under IFRS 9, a nonderivative asset or a nonderivative liability (except in certain situations) that is measured entirely at FVTPL may be a hedging instrument for any risk, not just foreign currency risk. However, for hedges of risks other than foreign currency risk, the nonderivative instrument must be designated in its entirety or proportionately. included in IFRS 9 (2013), and is discussed in our First Impressions: IFRS 9 (2013) – Hedge accounting and transition , issued in December 2013. IFRS 9 retains, largely unchanged, the requirements of IAS 39 relating to scope and the recognition and derecognition of financial instruments.
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