By Cormac Butler
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Accountants too may not, in all cases, have alerted shareholders to the considerable risks that these entities face. Writing for the Financial Times,4 Anthony Bolton commented: ‘In analysing my worst mistakes over the years, I have identified three recurring factors. They are: poor balance sheets, poor business models and poor managements. ’ This comment is certainly applicable to the financial sector today, where share prices in some investment banks have reached a 10-year low and others like Northern Rock have not only gone out of business but almost destabilised the financial system.
IAS 39 Beneficial Interest: If an entity is exposed to an asset’s value going up or down, it is generally prevented from taking that asset off the balance sheet. For instance, an entity cannot simultaneously sell a loan and guarantee that the loan will not default. This method was used by some entities to record profits prematurely and to hide losses as they were able to take poorly performing loans off the balance sheet. com era, when internet companies, attempting to raise capital, inflated their profits (and profit forecasts), both the American accounting standard setters and their IAS equivalents introduced rules which prevent entities from recognising revenue until there is no doubt that the profit is earned.
The term ‘consolidation’ refers to instances where one company controls another. The entity controlling the subsidiary must bring onto its balance sheet the assets and liabilities of the entity under control (the subsidiary). For instance, if company A takes over company B and company B’s net assets have a market value of say £100m then, when company A produces its annual report, its consolidated balance sheet must include A’s assets added to B’s balance sheet. Company A therefore adds £100m to its own balance sheet.
Accounting for Financial Instruments by Cormac Butler