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International Research Journal     ISSN-0975-3486        VOL. I * ISSUE—3 &4        RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097

                                             Research Paper
                            DISCLOSURES OF FINANCIAL AND
                           NON FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS AND
                           ROLE OF ACCOUNTING STANDARDS
                                     * Dr. S.K. Shrivastava
 Dec.-09—Jan.-2010                  ** Vinod Kumar Bhatnagar
                                    *** Dr. George Thomas
       * Professor, Deptt. of Commerce SLP, Govt. P.G. College, Morar, Gwalior, M.P
     ** Sr. Lect. (Fin.), Deptt. of Management, IPS College of Tech. and Manag. Gwalior.
     *** Head, Deptt. of Management, IPS College of Technology and Manag. Gwalior.
 A B S T R A C T
     Over the last two decades, the global financial landscape has undergone a significant transforma-
     tion. These developments have been attributable, in part, to dramatic changes in the business and
     political climates, increasing global competition, the development of more market-based economies,
     and rapid technological improvements.
     The objectives of the study are to discuss a number of issues related to the infrastructure for high
     quality financial reporting system and developing a high quality, global financial reporting frame-
     work for use in cross-border filings. We found that the world’s financial centers have grown increas-
     ingly interconnected and to encourage the development of accounting standards to be considered for
     use in cross-border filings. Our study reveals the important role of International Organization of
     Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and International Accounting Standards Committee (IASC) in glo-
     bal financial reporting. Throughout this effort, we have been steadfast in advocating that capital
     markets operate most efficiently when investors have access to high quality financial information.
     It may be concluded that International Financial Reporting Standards have been widely adopted by
     countries across the world and in some cases this has been achieved by transposing International
     Financial Reporting Standards into local regulations.
Key words: Global Financial Reporting, International Accounting Standard, Financial Statements.
Introduction                                              financial statements. Like any other language, account-
Accounting Standards can be described as a vehicle        ing should have its grammar (set of rules) and that is
whereby the wisdom and experience of the profession       Accounting Standards.
emerges as a consensus in a complex and changing               Financial statements prepared in one country are
economic and business situation in preference to the      often not acceptable in other countries. Business prac-
views of individual compilers of financial statements.    tices, legal and fiscal framework, economic and social
Accounting as a “language of business” communi-           conditions differ in different countries and these dif-
cates the financial results and health of an enterprise   ferences impact on national accounting standards.
to various interested parties by means of periodical      Sometimes, even the basic philosophy and principles

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adopted in preparing the financial statements differ.        International Accounting Standards (IAS)
For instance, (i)In some countries while determining               The International Accounting Standards Commit-
accounting treatments, form (legal form) of the trans-       tee (IASC) was established in 1973 to develop and
action is given more importance, while in some coun-         promulgate a set of International Accounting Stan-
tries “substance” of transaction is given more impor-        dards (IAS). It published the first bound set of IAS in
tance. (ii) In some countries historical cost is consid-     1987. IAS is intended to enhance the comparability of
ered more relevant, while in some other countries            financial information by reducing national accounting
present fair value is considered more relevant for valu-     differences. As of July 2002, IAS was available in En-
ating various assets. Thus, in some countries revalua-       glish and 20 other languages. In 2001, the IASB super-
tions of assets are permitted, while in other countries      seded IASC and adopted existing IASs. Future IASB-
revaluations are not permitted. (iii) In some countries      issued standards will be called International Financial
creditors’ protection is given priority, while in other      Reporting Standards (IFRSs). IASB is funded by con-
countries investors’/shareholders’ interest is consid-       tributions from national and international professional
ered more relevant. (iv) In some countries corporate,        accountancy bodies, financial institutions and indus-
tax and fiscal laws have greater influence on selection      trial companies, major accounting firms, central banks
of accounting treatment than in others. (v) Rules re-        and multilateral development banks. As of June 2002,
garding treatment of exchange differences, treatment         34 IASs were supplemented by 31 statements issued
of borrowing costs, depreciation of fixed assets, and        by the IASB Standing Interpretations Committee (SIC).
amortization of intangible assets and valuation of in-       Few countries embraced IAS immediately. Neverthe-
vestments differ in different countries.                     less, by 2002, and so on, many ADB, DMCs and more
     The ultimate objective is that all general-purpose      than half of the OECD member economies have either
financial statements are prepared using a single world-      directly adopted, or are in the process of directly adopt-
wide framework using common measurement criteria             ing, IAS. International Accounting Standard Commit-
and fair and comprehensive disclosure. This cannot           tee (IASC) has laid down certain standards regarding
be achieved overnight and will require significant long-     the following accounting matters. The Various IAS are
term efforts. The process should include the following       as follows:
steps. (i) National Accounting Standards should be at        IAS 1         Presentation of Financial Statements
par with International Accounting Standards (IAS) as         IAS 2         Inventories
the benchmark or minimum standards. (ii) All agencies        IAS 3         Replaced by IAS 27& 28
should cooperate for a strong monitoring and over-           IAS 4         Replaced by IAS 16, 22 & 38
sight process on the implementation of national ac-          IAS 5         Replaced by IAS 15
counting standards. (iii) During the transition period,      IAS 7         Cash Flow Statements
the financial statements need to be supported by the         IAS 8         Profit and Loss for the period, fundamen-
use of an explanatory paragraph in these statements                        tal errors and changes in Accounting poli-
narrating the differences between national and inter-                      cies.
national standards of accounting.                            IAS 9         Research and Development costs
Research Objectives and Methodology                          IAS 10        Events after the Balance Sheet date
      The objectives of the study are to discuss a num-      IAS 11        Construction Contracts
ber of issues related to the infrastructure for high qual-   IAS 12        Income Taxes
ity financial reporting system and developing a high         IAS 13        Replaced by IAS 1
quality, global financial reporting framework for use in     IAS 14        Segment Reporting
cross-border filings. We have used secondary data            IAS 15        Information Reflecting the Effect of
and data have been collected from the various books,                       Changing Prices.
journals, magazines and reports of both the Indian and       IAS 16        Property, Plant and Equipment
International governments.                                   IAS 17        Leases

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IAS 18        Revenue                                     AS    1     Disclosure of Accounting Policies
IAS 19        Employment benefits                         AS    2     (Revised), Valuation of Inventories
IAS 20        Accounting for Government grants and        AS    3     Cash Flows Statements
              disclosure of Govt. Assistance.             AS    4     Contingencies and Events Occurring af-
IAS 21        The effect of changes in Foreign Exchange               ter the Balance Sheet Date
              Rate                                        AS 5        Net Profit or Loss for the Period, Prior
IAS 22        Business combinations                                   Period Items and Changes in Accounting
IAS 23        Borrowing cost                                          Policies
IAS 24        Related party disclosure                    AS 6        Depreciation Accounting
IAS 25        Accounting for Investment                   AS 7        Accounting for Construction Contracts
IAS 26        Accounting and reporting by retirement      AS 8        Accounting for Research and Develop-
IAS 27        Consolidated Financial Statements and                   ment
              Accounting for Investment in Subsidiary     AS 9        Revenue Recognition
IAS 28        Accounting for Investments in Associ-       AS 10       Accounting for Fixed Assets
              ates                                        AS 11       Accounting for the Effects of Changes in
IAS 29        Financial Reporting in Hyper Inflationary               Foreign Exchange Rates
              Economics                                   AS 12       Accounting for Government Grants
IAS 30        Disclosures in Financial Statements of      AS 13       Accounting for Investments
              banks and similar financial institutions    AS 14       Accounting for Amalgamations
IAS 31        Financial Reporting of interest in Joint    AS 15       Accounting for Retirement Benefits in the
              Ventures                                                Financial Statements of Employers
IAS 32        Financial Instruments: Disclosure & Pre-    AS 16       Borrowing Costs
              sentation                                   AS 17       Segment Reporting
IAS 33        Earning Per Share                           AS 18       Related Party Disclosures
IAS 34        Interim Financial Reporting                 AS 19       Leases
IAS 35        Discontinuing operations                    AS 20       Consolidated Financial Statements
IAS 36        Impairment of Assets                        AS 21       Earning Per Share
IAS 37        Provisions, Contingent liabilities and      AS 22       Accounting for Taxes on Income
              Contingent Assets                           AS 23       Accounting for Investments in Consoli-
IAS 38        Intangible Assets                                       dated Financial Statements
IAS 39        Financial Instruments: Recognition and      AS 24       Discontinuing Operation
              Measurement                                 AS 25       Interim Financial Reporting
IAS 40        Investment Property                         AS 26       Intangible Assets
IAS 41        Agriculture Source: Financial Ac-           AS 27       Financial Reporting of Interest in Joint
              counting and Analysis pp.1.18                           Ventures
Accounting Standards in India                             AS 28       Impairment of Assets
     In India, the Accounting Standards Board (ASB)       AS 29       Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and
of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India                    Contingent Assets
(ICAI) is responsible for setting Accounting Standards    AS 30       Financial Instruments : Recognition and
(AS). The ASB comprises members of the Central                        Measurement
Council of ICAI as well as certain members from pro-      AS 31       Financial Instruments-Presentation
fessional , industry and various other segments and       Source: Financial Accounting and Analysis pp.1.18-
government agencies. The ASB of ICAI has issued 31        1.19
Accounting Standards so far. The list of accounting       Indian Accounting Standard and International Ac-
standards issued is given hereunder.                      counting Standards

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     On the basis of the abovementioned tables we          Provisions, Contingent Liabilities
may find similarity in the various International and In-   and Contingent Assets                     AS-29 IAS-37
dian Accounting Standards. Most of these are similar       Financial Instruments : Recognition
but there are some accounting standards which are to       and Measurement                           AS-30 IAS-39
be formulated by the Indian Accounting Standard            Financial Instruments-Presentation AS-31 IAS-32
Board.                                                     Source: Self-prepared, Footnote; IAS-International
Disclosure of Accounting Policies AS-1            IAS-1    Accounting Standard, AS- Indian Accounting Stan-
(Revised), Valuation of Inventories AS-2          IAS-2    dards
Cash Flows Statements                   AS-3      IAS-7    Indian Accounting Standards- Required to be con-
Contingencies and Events                                   structed
Occurring after the Balance Sheet       AS-4 IAS-10             We have seen that there are numerous Interna-
Date                                                       tional and Indian Accounting Standards. Accounting
Net Profit or Loss for the Period,                         Standards have been or are being formulated at differ-
Prior Period Items and Changes in                          ent levels like at the International level as well as at the
Accounting Policies                     AS-5      IAS-8    National level by the Accounting Standard Board.
Depreciation Accounting                 AS-6               During the study we found that there are some ac-
Accounting for Construction             AS-7 IAS-11        counting standards which have been formulated at
Contracts                                                  International level but have not been formulated in
Accounting for Research and             AS-8      IAS-9    India till the date.
Development                                                IAS 29         Financial Reporting in Hyper Inflationary
Revenue Recognition                     AS-9 IAS-18                       Economics
Accounting for Fixed Assets             AS-10 IAS-16       IAS 30         Disclosures in Financial Statements of
Accounting for the Effects of                                             banks and similar financial institutions
Changes in foreign Exchange Rates AS-11 IAS-21             IAS 40         Investment Property
Accounting for Government Grants AS-12 IAS-20              IAS 41         Agriculture
Accounting for Investments              AS-13 IAS-25       OECD Guidelines of Disclosure for Multinational
Accounting for Amalgamations            AS-14              Enterprises
Accounting for Retirement Benefits                              Today Multinational Enterprises play an impor-
in the Financial Statements of          AS-15 IAS-26       tant role in business. Financial and non-financial both
Employers & 19                                             type of information are required to be disclosed by an
Borrowing Costs                         AS-16 IAS-23       organization in its reporting system. Therefore Orga-
Segment Reporting                       AS-17 IAS-14       nization for Economic Co-operation Development has
Related Party Disclosures               AS-18 IAS-24       formulated following guidelines of disclosures for
Leases                                  AS-19 IAS-17       multinational enterprises.
Consolidated Financial Statements AS-20 IAS-27                  1. Enterprises should ensure that timely, regular,
Earning Per Share                       AS-21 IAS-33       reliable and relevant information is disclosed regard-
Accounting for Taxes on Income          AS-22 IAS-12       ing their activities, structure, financial situation and
Accounting for Investments in                              performance. This information should be disclosed for
Consolidated Financial Statements AS-23 IAS-27             the enterprise as whole and, where appropriate, along
Discontinuing Operation                 AS-24 IAS-35       business lines or geographic areas. Disclosure poli-
Interim Financial Reporting             AS-25 IAS-34       cies of enterprises should be tailored to the nature,
Intangible Assets                       AS-26 IAS-38       size and location of the enterprise, with due regard
Financial Reporting of Interest in                         taken of costs, business confidentiality and other com-
Joint Ventures                          AS-27 IAS-31       petitive concerns. 2. Enterprises should apply high
Impairment of Assets                    AS-28 IAS-36       quality standards for disclosure, accounting, and au-

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dit. Enterprises are also encouraged to apply high qual-    the derecognizing of assets and liabilities, are expected
ity standards for non-financial information including       to be published.
environmental and social reporting where they exist.             2.New disclosure requirements related to impair-
The standards or policies under which both financial        ment. The IASB and FASB are proposing changes in
and non-financial information are compiled and pub-         disclosure requirements for impairments to arrive at a
lished should be reported.                                  common outcome. The proposals will enable compa-
      3. Enterprises should disclose basic information      nies to disclose the profit or loss that would have been
showing their name, location, and structure, the name,      recorded if all financial assets (other than those cat-
address and telephone number of the parent enter-           egorized at fair value through profit or loss) had been
prise and its main affiliates, its percentage ownership,    measured using amortized cost or all had been mea-
direct and indirect in these affiliates, including          sured using fair value.
shareholdings between them.                                      3. Acceleration of efforts to address broader is-
      4. Enterprises should also disclose material infor-   sues of impairment on a globally consistent basis.
mation on:                                                  Both the IASB and FASB, whose respective standards
      a) The financial and operating results of the com-    have different impairment requirements, have asked
pany. b) Company objectives. c) Major share owner-          their staffs to consider together how existing require-
ship and voting rights. d) Members of the board and         ments relating to reversals of impairment losses might
key executives, and their remuneration. e) Material fore-   be changed. The boards will also address the ques-
seeable risk factors. f) Material issues regarding em-      tion of impairment as part of an urgent broader project
ployees and other stakeholders. g) Governance struc-        this year, and this will also be considered by the Fi-
tures and policies.                                         nancial Crisis Advisory Group (FCAG).
      Enterprises are encouraged to communicate ad-              4. Ensuring consistent treatment of accounting
ditional information that could include:                    for particular credit-linked investments between U.S.
      a) Value statements or statements of business         GAAP and IFRS. Some stakeholders have called for
conduct intended for public disclosure including in-        the need to clarify any possible difference in the ac-
formation on the social, ethical and environmental          counting treatment between IFRS and U.S. GAAP.
policies of the enterprise and other codes of conduct       FASB plans to issue mandatory implementation guid-
to which the company subscribes. In addition, the date      ance that will ensure consistency between IFRS and
of adoption, the countries and entities to which such       U.S. GAAP—an objective supported by G-20 leaders
statements apply and its performance in relation to         (Countries).
these statements may be communicated. b) Informa-                5. Ensuring embedded derivatives are assessed
tion on systems for managing risks and complying            and separated if financial assets are reclassified.
with laws, and on statements or codes of business           Following requests from some stakeholders at the re-
conduct. c) Information on relationships with employ-       cently convened FASB-IASB round-table discussions,
ees and other stakeholders.                                 the IASB published an exposure draft that proposed
Recommendations                                             clarifying that all embedded derivatives should be as-
      The International Accounting Standards Board          sessed and, if necessary, separately accounted for in
(IASB) announced a series of actions which it has           financial statements.
taken to address recommendations made by the G-20           Suggestions
leaders (Countries) very recently.                               Today the world financial market is very volatile.
      1. Improved accounting for off-balance-sheet          People are investing in the organizations through pri-
items. The IASB published proposals to strengthen           mary & secondary capital market and financial instru-
and improve the requirements for identifying which          ments. We should not forget the incidence of Satyam
entities a company controls. The IASB said that fur-        Computers Limited which took place very recently so
ther proposals on off-balance-sheet items, covering         there is a requirement to establish a very transparent

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financial reporting system. There are following sug-          are prepared on lines with which they are familiar. But
gestions to make a financial reporting system strong:         regulation alone cannot achieve the desired goal. If
     1. Government should make it compulsory to fol-          internationally accepted accounting standards are to
low the accounting standards and non-compliance               be speedily introduced and implemented in this coun-
should attract the penal and prosecution provisions.          try, what is needed, is the voluntary acceptance of
2. The Government, financial institutions and institute       such standards by the preparers of financial statements,
like the Institute of Chartered Accountants must cre-         the users of those statements, the accounting profes-
ate awareness among the investors and the stakehold-          sion, the regulators and the various departments of
ers. 3. G-20 leaders (countries) and the members of           the Government responsible for corporate and fiscal
OECD should fix the role and duties of all the member         legislation. Each of these must be prepared to make
countries and non-member countries. 4. Introduction           the individual sacrifices which will ultimately result in
anything new in the financial market and changes in           the common good.
the financial market should be discussing at the inter-            At last we may conclude that the development of
national forum and then should be implemented.                harmonized accounting rules and a uniformity of ap-
Conclusion                                                    proach among countries towards education and train-
     India is slowly entering in the arena of accounting      ing of professional accountants should accompany
standards. But the progress of formulation of account-        principles. Further more, the harmonization of account-
ing standards has been very slow compared with the            ing rules and principles among countries should also
developments at international levels. Accounting Stan-        be accompanied by inter country harmonization in
dards cannot be over-emphasized. Today India enjoys           auditing principles and standards. Harmonization ini-
a very small share of the international funds ear-marked      tiatives are now working much more effectively than
for emerging markets. There is a growing realization          ever before. Many of the initial hurdles have been
that these funds will increasingly flow to those mar-         overcome and much progress towards harmonizing
kets which are strongly regulated and which have an           accounting principles and procedures among coun-
ethical base. Assurance that financial statements are         tries has already been achieved. Differences are still
prepared in accordance with internationally accepted          there but they are narrowing. It is expected that the
accounting standards and audited on a basis compa-            pace of progress in the sphere of harmonization will
rable with international practice is a key plank in the       accelerate further in the coming years and there would
system of regulation. Apart from this, international in-      be need for a speedy integration of Indian accounting
vestors and lenders will be willing to provide funds          standards with International.
only to those enterprises whose financial statements

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RESEARCH ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION

  • 1. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3 &4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 Research Paper DISCLOSURES OF FINANCIAL AND NON FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS AND ROLE OF ACCOUNTING STANDARDS * Dr. S.K. Shrivastava Dec.-09—Jan.-2010 ** Vinod Kumar Bhatnagar *** Dr. George Thomas * Professor, Deptt. of Commerce SLP, Govt. P.G. College, Morar, Gwalior, M.P ** Sr. Lect. (Fin.), Deptt. of Management, IPS College of Tech. and Manag. Gwalior. *** Head, Deptt. of Management, IPS College of Technology and Manag. Gwalior. A B S T R A C T Over the last two decades, the global financial landscape has undergone a significant transforma- tion. These developments have been attributable, in part, to dramatic changes in the business and political climates, increasing global competition, the development of more market-based economies, and rapid technological improvements. The objectives of the study are to discuss a number of issues related to the infrastructure for high quality financial reporting system and developing a high quality, global financial reporting frame- work for use in cross-border filings. We found that the world’s financial centers have grown increas- ingly interconnected and to encourage the development of accounting standards to be considered for use in cross-border filings. Our study reveals the important role of International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and International Accounting Standards Committee (IASC) in glo- bal financial reporting. Throughout this effort, we have been steadfast in advocating that capital markets operate most efficiently when investors have access to high quality financial information. It may be concluded that International Financial Reporting Standards have been widely adopted by countries across the world and in some cases this has been achieved by transposing International Financial Reporting Standards into local regulations. Key words: Global Financial Reporting, International Accounting Standard, Financial Statements. Introduction financial statements. Like any other language, account- Accounting Standards can be described as a vehicle ing should have its grammar (set of rules) and that is whereby the wisdom and experience of the profession Accounting Standards. emerges as a consensus in a complex and changing Financial statements prepared in one country are economic and business situation in preference to the often not acceptable in other countries. Business prac- views of individual compilers of financial statements. tices, legal and fiscal framework, economic and social Accounting as a “language of business” communi- conditions differ in different countries and these dif- cates the financial results and health of an enterprise ferences impact on national accounting standards. to various interested parties by means of periodical Sometimes, even the basic philosophy and principles 68
  • 2. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3&4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 adopted in preparing the financial statements differ. International Accounting Standards (IAS) For instance, (i)In some countries while determining The International Accounting Standards Commit- accounting treatments, form (legal form) of the trans- tee (IASC) was established in 1973 to develop and action is given more importance, while in some coun- promulgate a set of International Accounting Stan- tries “substance” of transaction is given more impor- dards (IAS). It published the first bound set of IAS in tance. (ii) In some countries historical cost is consid- 1987. IAS is intended to enhance the comparability of ered more relevant, while in some other countries financial information by reducing national accounting present fair value is considered more relevant for valu- differences. As of July 2002, IAS was available in En- ating various assets. Thus, in some countries revalua- glish and 20 other languages. In 2001, the IASB super- tions of assets are permitted, while in other countries seded IASC and adopted existing IASs. Future IASB- revaluations are not permitted. (iii) In some countries issued standards will be called International Financial creditors’ protection is given priority, while in other Reporting Standards (IFRSs). IASB is funded by con- countries investors’/shareholders’ interest is consid- tributions from national and international professional ered more relevant. (iv) In some countries corporate, accountancy bodies, financial institutions and indus- tax and fiscal laws have greater influence on selection trial companies, major accounting firms, central banks of accounting treatment than in others. (v) Rules re- and multilateral development banks. As of June 2002, garding treatment of exchange differences, treatment 34 IASs were supplemented by 31 statements issued of borrowing costs, depreciation of fixed assets, and by the IASB Standing Interpretations Committee (SIC). amortization of intangible assets and valuation of in- Few countries embraced IAS immediately. Neverthe- vestments differ in different countries. less, by 2002, and so on, many ADB, DMCs and more The ultimate objective is that all general-purpose than half of the OECD member economies have either financial statements are prepared using a single world- directly adopted, or are in the process of directly adopt- wide framework using common measurement criteria ing, IAS. International Accounting Standard Commit- and fair and comprehensive disclosure. This cannot tee (IASC) has laid down certain standards regarding be achieved overnight and will require significant long- the following accounting matters. The Various IAS are term efforts. The process should include the following as follows: steps. (i) National Accounting Standards should be at IAS 1 Presentation of Financial Statements par with International Accounting Standards (IAS) as IAS 2 Inventories the benchmark or minimum standards. (ii) All agencies IAS 3 Replaced by IAS 27& 28 should cooperate for a strong monitoring and over- IAS 4 Replaced by IAS 16, 22 & 38 sight process on the implementation of national ac- IAS 5 Replaced by IAS 15 counting standards. (iii) During the transition period, IAS 7 Cash Flow Statements the financial statements need to be supported by the IAS 8 Profit and Loss for the period, fundamen- use of an explanatory paragraph in these statements tal errors and changes in Accounting poli- narrating the differences between national and inter- cies. national standards of accounting. IAS 9 Research and Development costs Research Objectives and Methodology IAS 10 Events after the Balance Sheet date The objectives of the study are to discuss a num- IAS 11 Construction Contracts ber of issues related to the infrastructure for high qual- IAS 12 Income Taxes ity financial reporting system and developing a high IAS 13 Replaced by IAS 1 quality, global financial reporting framework for use in IAS 14 Segment Reporting cross-border filings. We have used secondary data IAS 15 Information Reflecting the Effect of and data have been collected from the various books, Changing Prices. journals, magazines and reports of both the Indian and IAS 16 Property, Plant and Equipment International governments. IAS 17 Leases çÚUâ¿ü °ÙæçÜçââ °‡ÇU §ßñËØé°àæÙ 69
  • 3. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3 &4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 IAS 18 Revenue AS 1 Disclosure of Accounting Policies IAS 19 Employment benefits AS 2 (Revised), Valuation of Inventories IAS 20 Accounting for Government grants and AS 3 Cash Flows Statements disclosure of Govt. Assistance. AS 4 Contingencies and Events Occurring af- IAS 21 The effect of changes in Foreign Exchange ter the Balance Sheet Date Rate AS 5 Net Profit or Loss for the Period, Prior IAS 22 Business combinations Period Items and Changes in Accounting IAS 23 Borrowing cost Policies IAS 24 Related party disclosure AS 6 Depreciation Accounting IAS 25 Accounting for Investment AS 7 Accounting for Construction Contracts IAS 26 Accounting and reporting by retirement AS 8 Accounting for Research and Develop- IAS 27 Consolidated Financial Statements and ment Accounting for Investment in Subsidiary AS 9 Revenue Recognition IAS 28 Accounting for Investments in Associ- AS 10 Accounting for Fixed Assets ates AS 11 Accounting for the Effects of Changes in IAS 29 Financial Reporting in Hyper Inflationary Foreign Exchange Rates Economics AS 12 Accounting for Government Grants IAS 30 Disclosures in Financial Statements of AS 13 Accounting for Investments banks and similar financial institutions AS 14 Accounting for Amalgamations IAS 31 Financial Reporting of interest in Joint AS 15 Accounting for Retirement Benefits in the Ventures Financial Statements of Employers IAS 32 Financial Instruments: Disclosure & Pre- AS 16 Borrowing Costs sentation AS 17 Segment Reporting IAS 33 Earning Per Share AS 18 Related Party Disclosures IAS 34 Interim Financial Reporting AS 19 Leases IAS 35 Discontinuing operations AS 20 Consolidated Financial Statements IAS 36 Impairment of Assets AS 21 Earning Per Share IAS 37 Provisions, Contingent liabilities and AS 22 Accounting for Taxes on Income Contingent Assets AS 23 Accounting for Investments in Consoli- IAS 38 Intangible Assets dated Financial Statements IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and AS 24 Discontinuing Operation Measurement AS 25 Interim Financial Reporting IAS 40 Investment Property AS 26 Intangible Assets IAS 41 Agriculture Source: Financial Ac- AS 27 Financial Reporting of Interest in Joint counting and Analysis pp.1.18 Ventures Accounting Standards in India AS 28 Impairment of Assets In India, the Accounting Standards Board (ASB) AS 29 Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Contingent Assets (ICAI) is responsible for setting Accounting Standards AS 30 Financial Instruments : Recognition and (AS). The ASB comprises members of the Central Measurement Council of ICAI as well as certain members from pro- AS 31 Financial Instruments-Presentation fessional , industry and various other segments and Source: Financial Accounting and Analysis pp.1.18- government agencies. The ASB of ICAI has issued 31 1.19 Accounting Standards so far. The list of accounting Indian Accounting Standard and International Ac- standards issued is given hereunder. counting Standards 70
  • 4. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3&4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 On the basis of the abovementioned tables we Provisions, Contingent Liabilities may find similarity in the various International and In- and Contingent Assets AS-29 IAS-37 dian Accounting Standards. Most of these are similar Financial Instruments : Recognition but there are some accounting standards which are to and Measurement AS-30 IAS-39 be formulated by the Indian Accounting Standard Financial Instruments-Presentation AS-31 IAS-32 Board. Source: Self-prepared, Footnote; IAS-International Disclosure of Accounting Policies AS-1 IAS-1 Accounting Standard, AS- Indian Accounting Stan- (Revised), Valuation of Inventories AS-2 IAS-2 dards Cash Flows Statements AS-3 IAS-7 Indian Accounting Standards- Required to be con- Contingencies and Events structed Occurring after the Balance Sheet AS-4 IAS-10 We have seen that there are numerous Interna- Date tional and Indian Accounting Standards. Accounting Net Profit or Loss for the Period, Standards have been or are being formulated at differ- Prior Period Items and Changes in ent levels like at the International level as well as at the Accounting Policies AS-5 IAS-8 National level by the Accounting Standard Board. Depreciation Accounting AS-6 During the study we found that there are some ac- Accounting for Construction AS-7 IAS-11 counting standards which have been formulated at Contracts International level but have not been formulated in Accounting for Research and AS-8 IAS-9 India till the date. Development IAS 29 Financial Reporting in Hyper Inflationary Revenue Recognition AS-9 IAS-18 Economics Accounting for Fixed Assets AS-10 IAS-16 IAS 30 Disclosures in Financial Statements of Accounting for the Effects of banks and similar financial institutions Changes in foreign Exchange Rates AS-11 IAS-21 IAS 40 Investment Property Accounting for Government Grants AS-12 IAS-20 IAS 41 Agriculture Accounting for Investments AS-13 IAS-25 OECD Guidelines of Disclosure for Multinational Accounting for Amalgamations AS-14 Enterprises Accounting for Retirement Benefits Today Multinational Enterprises play an impor- in the Financial Statements of AS-15 IAS-26 tant role in business. Financial and non-financial both Employers & 19 type of information are required to be disclosed by an Borrowing Costs AS-16 IAS-23 organization in its reporting system. Therefore Orga- Segment Reporting AS-17 IAS-14 nization for Economic Co-operation Development has Related Party Disclosures AS-18 IAS-24 formulated following guidelines of disclosures for Leases AS-19 IAS-17 multinational enterprises. Consolidated Financial Statements AS-20 IAS-27 1. Enterprises should ensure that timely, regular, Earning Per Share AS-21 IAS-33 reliable and relevant information is disclosed regard- Accounting for Taxes on Income AS-22 IAS-12 ing their activities, structure, financial situation and Accounting for Investments in performance. This information should be disclosed for Consolidated Financial Statements AS-23 IAS-27 the enterprise as whole and, where appropriate, along Discontinuing Operation AS-24 IAS-35 business lines or geographic areas. Disclosure poli- Interim Financial Reporting AS-25 IAS-34 cies of enterprises should be tailored to the nature, Intangible Assets AS-26 IAS-38 size and location of the enterprise, with due regard Financial Reporting of Interest in taken of costs, business confidentiality and other com- Joint Ventures AS-27 IAS-31 petitive concerns. 2. Enterprises should apply high Impairment of Assets AS-28 IAS-36 quality standards for disclosure, accounting, and au- çÚUâ¿ü °ÙæçÜçââ °‡ÇU §ßñËØé°àæÙ 71
  • 5. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3 &4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 dit. Enterprises are also encouraged to apply high qual- the derecognizing of assets and liabilities, are expected ity standards for non-financial information including to be published. environmental and social reporting where they exist. 2.New disclosure requirements related to impair- The standards or policies under which both financial ment. The IASB and FASB are proposing changes in and non-financial information are compiled and pub- disclosure requirements for impairments to arrive at a lished should be reported. common outcome. The proposals will enable compa- 3. Enterprises should disclose basic information nies to disclose the profit or loss that would have been showing their name, location, and structure, the name, recorded if all financial assets (other than those cat- address and telephone number of the parent enter- egorized at fair value through profit or loss) had been prise and its main affiliates, its percentage ownership, measured using amortized cost or all had been mea- direct and indirect in these affiliates, including sured using fair value. shareholdings between them. 3. Acceleration of efforts to address broader is- 4. Enterprises should also disclose material infor- sues of impairment on a globally consistent basis. mation on: Both the IASB and FASB, whose respective standards a) The financial and operating results of the com- have different impairment requirements, have asked pany. b) Company objectives. c) Major share owner- their staffs to consider together how existing require- ship and voting rights. d) Members of the board and ments relating to reversals of impairment losses might key executives, and their remuneration. e) Material fore- be changed. The boards will also address the ques- seeable risk factors. f) Material issues regarding em- tion of impairment as part of an urgent broader project ployees and other stakeholders. g) Governance struc- this year, and this will also be considered by the Fi- tures and policies. nancial Crisis Advisory Group (FCAG). Enterprises are encouraged to communicate ad- 4. Ensuring consistent treatment of accounting ditional information that could include: for particular credit-linked investments between U.S. a) Value statements or statements of business GAAP and IFRS. Some stakeholders have called for conduct intended for public disclosure including in- the need to clarify any possible difference in the ac- formation on the social, ethical and environmental counting treatment between IFRS and U.S. GAAP. policies of the enterprise and other codes of conduct FASB plans to issue mandatory implementation guid- to which the company subscribes. In addition, the date ance that will ensure consistency between IFRS and of adoption, the countries and entities to which such U.S. GAAP—an objective supported by G-20 leaders statements apply and its performance in relation to (Countries). these statements may be communicated. b) Informa- 5. Ensuring embedded derivatives are assessed tion on systems for managing risks and complying and separated if financial assets are reclassified. with laws, and on statements or codes of business Following requests from some stakeholders at the re- conduct. c) Information on relationships with employ- cently convened FASB-IASB round-table discussions, ees and other stakeholders. the IASB published an exposure draft that proposed Recommendations clarifying that all embedded derivatives should be as- The International Accounting Standards Board sessed and, if necessary, separately accounted for in (IASB) announced a series of actions which it has financial statements. taken to address recommendations made by the G-20 Suggestions leaders (Countries) very recently. Today the world financial market is very volatile. 1. Improved accounting for off-balance-sheet People are investing in the organizations through pri- items. The IASB published proposals to strengthen mary & secondary capital market and financial instru- and improve the requirements for identifying which ments. We should not forget the incidence of Satyam entities a company controls. The IASB said that fur- Computers Limited which took place very recently so ther proposals on off-balance-sheet items, covering there is a requirement to establish a very transparent 72
  • 6. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3&4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 financial reporting system. There are following sug- are prepared on lines with which they are familiar. But gestions to make a financial reporting system strong: regulation alone cannot achieve the desired goal. If 1. Government should make it compulsory to fol- internationally accepted accounting standards are to low the accounting standards and non-compliance be speedily introduced and implemented in this coun- should attract the penal and prosecution provisions. try, what is needed, is the voluntary acceptance of 2. The Government, financial institutions and institute such standards by the preparers of financial statements, like the Institute of Chartered Accountants must cre- the users of those statements, the accounting profes- ate awareness among the investors and the stakehold- sion, the regulators and the various departments of ers. 3. G-20 leaders (countries) and the members of the Government responsible for corporate and fiscal OECD should fix the role and duties of all the member legislation. Each of these must be prepared to make countries and non-member countries. 4. Introduction the individual sacrifices which will ultimately result in anything new in the financial market and changes in the common good. the financial market should be discussing at the inter- At last we may conclude that the development of national forum and then should be implemented. harmonized accounting rules and a uniformity of ap- Conclusion proach among countries towards education and train- India is slowly entering in the arena of accounting ing of professional accountants should accompany standards. But the progress of formulation of account- principles. Further more, the harmonization of account- ing standards has been very slow compared with the ing rules and principles among countries should also developments at international levels. Accounting Stan- be accompanied by inter country harmonization in dards cannot be over-emphasized. Today India enjoys auditing principles and standards. Harmonization ini- a very small share of the international funds ear-marked tiatives are now working much more effectively than for emerging markets. There is a growing realization ever before. Many of the initial hurdles have been that these funds will increasingly flow to those mar- overcome and much progress towards harmonizing kets which are strongly regulated and which have an accounting principles and procedures among coun- ethical base. Assurance that financial statements are tries has already been achieved. Differences are still prepared in accordance with internationally accepted there but they are narrowing. It is expected that the accounting standards and audited on a basis compa- pace of progress in the sphere of harmonization will rable with international practice is a key plank in the accelerate further in the coming years and there would system of regulation. Apart from this, international in- be need for a speedy integration of Indian accounting vestors and lenders will be willing to provide funds standards with International. only to those enterprises whose financial statements R E F E R E N C E 1. Babu P. Premchand and Mohan M. Madan (2008), Financial Accounting and Analysis, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai, pp 1.17-1.21 2. Bajpayee H S and Anubha Shrivastava (2009), A Review of Indian and International Accounting Standards and Practices in India. The Icfai University Journal of Accounting Research, January-March, pp 45-51 3. Chander Subhash (1992), Accounting Standards in India: An Evaluation, Chartered Secretary, The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi, vol. XXII, No. 7 pp 605, 4. Dr. K. Raji Reddy, and Shri V Prudvi Raju, Accounting standards and Gaps in Practices in India. Management accountant, April 2000, ICWAI. 5. Jain S.P., K.L. Narnag and Simmi Agarwal, (2008), Accounting and Financial Analysis, Kalyani Publishers, New Delhi, pp 34-74 6. Organization For Economic Co-Operation Development (OECD), (2008): Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises 7. Rathor Shirin (2006), International Accounting, Percentile Hall, India. 8. Report of the Advisory Group on International Accounting and Auditing. 9. Saini A L (2005), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), US GAAP, UK GAAP and Indian GAAP, Snow White Publication Pvt. Ltd. 10. Samir Mogul S (2003), Harmonization of Accounting Standards, The Chartered Accountant, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, New Delhi, January, pp 681-684. 11. The Chartered Accountant (2001), Accounting Standards, vol. XLIX, No. 10, April, pp 73 çÚUâ¿ü °ÙæçÜçââ °‡ÇU §ßñËØé°àæÙ 73