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FASB Non-Decision Meeting Recap: June 10, 2015

Posted by Ruth Hardie

The second part of FASB’s non-decision making meeting on June 10, 2015 was used to briefly discuss the overall changes to hedge accounting.

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FASB Non-Decision Meeting Recap: May 27, 2015

Posted by Ruth Hardie

This week’s FASB non-decision meeting included two hours on hedge accounting — including discussions on ineffectiveness, disclosures and documentation.

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Gathering Your Global FX Exposures

Posted by Helen Kane

By combining exposures from multiple entities into a single number, corporations doing business internationally can save costs, save effort, minimize noise and gain a true understanding of their exposures to movement in FX.

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Hedge Trackers Comments on FASB’s Recent Proposal

Posted by Helen Kane

Hedge Trackers’ response to proposed changes to ASC 815 – Derivatives & Hedging.

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Reminder: FASB Public Comment Period

Posted by Helen Kane

Reminder to corporate finance personnel: The public comment period on FASB’s proposed updates to Topic 815, Derivatives and Hedging, closes in one week.

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FX on the Front Page & in Your Bottom Line

Posted by Helen Kane

Global troubles cause currency volatility; they always have, they always will. Everything is connected. For corporations, that means risk — and that can be a bad thing.

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FASB Proposed Accounting Standards Update: Topic 815

Posted by Helen Kane

Learn more about the FASB’s proposed accounting standards update to Topic 815, Derivatives & Hedging.

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Understanding Swap Changes

Posted by Ruth Hardie

Interest rate swaps start and end at zero value. The changes that happen in between can create a wild and bumpy ride.

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This is the Time to Be Cautious…

Posted by Helen Kane

The European Union’s initiation of quantitative easing (QE) raises concerns about the state of Europe’s economies, and Japan has just released lower than expected GDP growth associated with its “Abenomics” program. These macroeconomic indicators should signal a review of your existing hedge notionals.

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