KPMG guides and publications relevant to financial instruments.
Handbook on Credit Impairment
KPMG's updated guidance for ASU 2016-13
The PCAOB issues new guidance for audit committee communications when an auditor identifies a violation of the independence rules
ASU 2019-05 provides more flexibility in applying the fair value option on adoption of the new standard.
KPMG reports on ASU 2019-04, which changes how a company estimates expected credit losses.
Latest edition: comprehensive guide to CECL, with examples explaining key concepts and highlights of changes from legacy US GAAP.
KPMG’s quarterly update on accounting and financial reporting developments, SEC activity and major FASB standards.
The SEC staff provides clarification for new registrants who do not qualify as EGCs on the adoption of new standards.
FASB seeks to clarify the guidance and address implementation issues associated with the new standards.
In ASU 2018-19, the FASB clarifies the scope of the standard and the effective date for non-public business entities.
Latest edition: KPMG’s guide to the recognition and measurement of financial instruments.
KPMG professionals provide a high-level overview of the new standard, including new hedging strategies permitted.
KPMG professionals discuss major developments that may affect a company’s accounting and financial reporting.
KPMG provides an update on issues companies face in implementing the new credit losses standard, and also discusses the FASB’s June meeting. CPE credit is not available for viewing this Archived webcast.
KPMG’s Annual Accounting and Financial Reporting Symposium is now open for registration.
KPMG Executive Education hosts a 2-day training that provides a thorough introduction to both the business and accounting sides of derivatives and hedging.
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