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Accounting is the language of business, through which an organization can communicate to its stakeholders. From a petty shop to a Multinational Company needs accounting. Even though India is a country which is rapidly moving towards globalization, is still in the process of adopting global reporting standards (i.e. IFRS). Indian banking sector considered as one of the strongest industry, where everything is standardized, but even today it practicing the traditional accounting system i.e. Indian GAAP. This paper concentrates on effects and challenges in implementation of IFRS in Indian banking sector.
Adoption of global accounting standards in Indian banking system will bring more positive drastic changes, where as it has plenty of challenges also. This study elaborates how the challenges can be overcome to avail the benefits of global accounting standards. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs of India (MCA) is likely to notify all sections and rules of the new companies Act and start convergence of Indian Accounting Standards with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) process immediately, which have to be implemented from April 2015 and it has developed a roadmap for the implementation of IFRS in India and this paper examine the effects of IFRS-9 “Financial Instruments” on Indian banking after the implementation of IFRS. This research study also contains the findings and suggestions based on the survey.
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