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ISCA issues EP 200 Exposure Draft (ED) to adopt the anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) requirements which are expected to be included in the subsidiary legislation to the Accountants Act. Comments are sought on the ED by 22 May 2023.Learn More
Is the ‘market value’ of a property the same as its ‘fair value’? FRB 10 explains both concepts and provides guidance on what management should do in assessing the appropriateness of the reported value for financial reporting purposes. This FRB also includes an example to illustrate the application of highest and best use as the valuation premise.Learn More
ISCA Issues FRG 4 Accounting Considerations For A Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) Under SGX SPAC Listing Framework In recent years, SPACs have gained popularity as an alternative vehicle for a private company to achieve a stock exchange listing without going through its own initial public offering (IPO). Cognisant that the accounting of a SPAC transaction could be more complex than for a traditional IPO, ISCA has developed Financial Reporting Guidance 4 (FRG 4) to provide guidance on key accounting considerations for SPACs under the SGX SPAC Listing Framework.Learn More
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