for Bank Accounting Professionals
IAS 17 Leasing
These workbooks are an update of those originally written by the project team of the European Union funded project Accounting Reform II in the Russian Federation and revised by the project team of the European Union funded project, Implementation of Accounting Reform in the Russian Federation. This version has been produced by the European Union funded project Transition to IFRS in the Banking Sector.
The workbooks cover various concepts of IFRS based accounting. They are intended to be practical self-instruction aids that professional accountants can use to upgrade their knowledge, understanding and skills.
The purpose of this version is to help bank accountants in the use of IFRS.
Each workbook is a self-standing short course designed for approximately of three hours of study.
The members of the project team were contributed by PwC Moscow, FBK Moscow, and European Savings Bank Group Brussels. Although the workbooks are part of a series, each one is independent of the others.
A basic knowledge of accounting is assumed but if any additional knowledge is required this is mentioned at the beginning of the section.
Each workbook is a combination of Information, Examples, Self-Test Questions and Answers.
The volumes within each series are described in detail and available for download from the project web site.
The copyright of the material contained in each workbook belongs to the European Union and according to its policy may be used free of charge for any non-commercial purpose.
The project team would like to express thanks to those who have contributed their time and thoughts to the content of the workbooks. In particular:
The European Union Delegation, Moscow
The Bank of Russia, Moscow
Note: Material from the following PricewaterhouseCoopers publications has been used in this workbook:
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Moscow, Russia, May 2008 (Updated)
IAS 17 – Impact for Banks
Classification of Leases
Land and Buildings
Leases in the Financial Statements of Lessees
Leases in the Financial Statements of Lessors
Subsequent Measurement - Manufacturer or dealer lessors
Lessors - Disclosure
Finance Leasing – Accounting Steps
Sale and Leaseback Transactions
Sale and Leaseback with options – collaterised borrowings
Annex – IFRIC 4, Determining whether an Arrangement contains a Lease
IFRIC 4 - frequently asked questions
Outsourcing contracts: an accidental business combination?
Multiple choice questions
Answers to multiple choice questions
The aim of this workbook is to assist the individual in understanding the IFRS accounting treatment and disclosures of Leases, as detailed in IAS 17.
Leases involve the owner of an asset renting it to others for payment. Short-term rental agreements are mostly accounted for as...
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