Wolters Kluwer Financial Services Solutions: Breaking down IFRS 9 Implementation

The ultimate aim of IFRS 9 is to encourage banks to assess credit and risk in a more comprehensive, prospective way that takes myriad internal and external factors into account in order to spot trouble before it arrives. IFRS 9, which banks are free to implement now and will be mandatory at the start of 2018, although there will be wiggle room in some locales, features two key ways to achieve that. One involves the way that instruments are classified, the other concerns the treatment of credit

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