CCH Accounting for Derivatives and Hedging offers professionals comprehensive guidance for applying the intricate and expansive requirements of FASB Statement No. 133, Accounting for Derivative Instruments and Hedging Activities, and its amendments. Since its issuance, the FASB has amended and interpreted Statement 133 numerous times, making the accounting guidance for derivatives and hedging activities one of the most complex and frequently misunderstood accounting principles used in business today. CCH Accounting for Derivatives and Hedging helps users identify the nuances of accounting for these types of activities and provides practical guidance on how to apply these principles to typical situations currently encountered in practice in numerous types of transactions, including: fair value hedges; interest-rate swaps; cash flow hedges; embedded derivative instruments; net investment hedges; and disclosures. This expansive guide provides professionals with a practical resource by selectively combining information from the official text of the FASB, along with information drawn from the rules and releases of the SEC, consensuses of the EITF, and lessons learned from leading practitioners in the field.Covered Call Strategies Cannot Qualify for Special Hedge Accounting Summary: A covered call strategy a which involves the receipt of a premium for writing a freestanding call option on assets the writer owns (such as equity securities oranbsp;...
|Title||:||Cch Accounting for Derivatives and Hedging|
|Author||:||James F. Green|
|Publisher||:||CCH - 2007|