The International Accounting Standards Board has proposed a set of minor amendments to the financial instruments standard to make it easier to implement.
The changes to IFRS 9 would allow companies using International Financial Reporting Standards to measure certain prepayable financial assets with so-called “negative compensation” at amortized cost. They come in response to comments provided to the IFRS Interpretations Committee.
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