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  • 1. GN(A) 27 (Issued 2008)Guidance Note on Remuneration Paid toKey Management Personnel – Whethera Related Party Transaction1(The following is the text of the ‘Guidance Note on Remuneration paid to keymanagement personnel – whether a related party transaction’ issued by theCouncil of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Pursuant to theissuance of this Guidance Note, Accounting Standards Interpretation (ASI)23, ‘Remuneration paid to key management personnel – whether a relatedparty transaction (Re. AS 18)’, stands withdrawn.)Introduction1. This Guidance Note deals with the issue whether remuneration paid tokey management personnel is a related party transaction. Another relatedissue dealt by this Guidance Note is whether remuneration paid to non-executive directors on the Board of Directors is a related party transaction.2. Accounting Standard (AS) 18, Related Party Disclosures, defines“related party transaction” as “a transfer of resources or obligationsbetween related parties, regardless of whether or not a price ischarged.” Further, paragraph 24 of AS 18 provides as under:“The following are examples of the related party transactions in respect ofwhich disclosures may be made by a reporting enterprise:1This Guidance Note was earlier issued as Accounting Standards Interpretation (ASI)23, ‘Remuneration paid to key management personnel - whether a related partytransaction (Re. AS 18)’ by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI).While the Accounting Standards notified by the Central Government under theCompanies (Accounting Standards) Rules, 2006, have incorporated the ‘Consensus’part of various ASIs issued by the ICAI, ASI 23 has not been so incorporated as itwas felt that it is primarily clarificatory in nature. The Council of the ICAI, hasaccordingly, decided to withdraw ASI 23, and issue the same as a Guidance Noteas it provides appropriate guidance on the subject.
  • 2. Remuneration paid to Key Management Personnel-Whether A Related...409• purchases or sales of goods (finished or unfinished);• purchases or sales of fixed assets;• rendering or receiving of services;• agency arrangements;• leasing or hire purchase arrangements;• transfer of research and development;• licence agreements;• finance (including loans and equity contributions in cash or inkind); guarantees and collaterals; and• management contracts including for deputation of employees.”3. As per the definition of the expression ‘related party transaction’, thetransaction should be between related parties to qualify as a related partytransaction. Since key management personnel are related parties under AS18, remuneration paid to key management personnel is a related partytransaction requiring disclosures under AS 18. Further, in case non-executivedirectors on the Board of Directors are not related parties, remuneration paidto them is not considered a related party transaction.Recommendation4. Remuneration paid to key management personnel should beconsidered as a related party transaction requiring disclosures under AS 18.In case non-executive directors on the Board of Directors are not relatedparties, remuneration paid to them should not be considered a related partytransaction.