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Exposure Draft on IFRS Practice Statement: Application of Materiality to Financial Statements
October, 31st 2015

Exposure Draft published by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) for comment only. Comments on the Exposure Draft need to be received by January 08, 2016. 

The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has published draft guidance to help company management determine whether information is material. The guidance is part of the IASB’s wider initiative to improve disclosures. 

The concept of materiality acts as a filter through which management sifts information to ensure that financial statements include all the financial information that could influence users’ investment decisions. It also enables management to present material information in a clear and effective way, excluding information that is not material. 

The draft guidance, in the form of a draft Practice Statement, has been developed in response to concerns that management are often uncertain about how to apply the concept of materiality and therefore use the disclosure requirements in the Standards as a checklist. This can result in excessive disclosure of immaterial information that can obscure useful information and also make financial statements cluttered and less understandable. It can also lead to useful information being left out. 

Whether information is material or not depends on a range of factors and entity-specific circumstances, and is a matter of judgement. Determining what information is material also requires an understanding of the users of the financial statements and the decisions that they make based on those financial statements. 



Hans Hoogervorst, IASB Chairman, commented 

Financial statements are meant to be a means of communication, and should not be viewed as a mere compliance exercise. Management needs to take a step back and consider whether they are providing the right level of information in the financial statement and whether it is useful. 

The Practice Statement should help guide management’s judgment, encouraging them to remove repetitive and uninformative wording and improve the overall quality of financial statements.
 

Improving the quality and quantity of disclosures requires joint efforts by auditors, regulators, companies and standard-setters. The IASB has therefore consulted with the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) during the development of the draft Practice Statement. 

The draft guidance on materiality complements an amendment made to IAS 1 Presentation of Financial Statements by the IASB in 2014, which clarified that companies do not need to apply the specific disclosure requirements in Standards if the related information is not material. It also specified that a company should consider whether to provide additional disclosures when compliance with the specific requirements would be insufficient in disclosing material information. 

Comments are invited on the proposals in this Exposure Draft, particularly on the question set out in the Exposure Draft. 

Invitation to comment 

ASB invites comments on the Exposure Draft from the public. The downloadable version of the draft is available at:
http://www.ifrs.org/Current-Projects/IASB-Projects/Disclosure-Initiative/Materiality/Exposure-Draft-October-2015/Documents/ED_IFRSPracticeStatement_OCT2015_WEBSITE.pdf 

How to comment 

Comments should be submitted using one of the following methods: 

1. Electronically: Click on the below mentioned option to submit a comment letter or Visit at the following link (Preferred method):
http://www.icai.org/comments/asb/
2. Email: Comments can be sent to: commentsasb@icai.in
3. Postal: Secretary, Accounting Standards Board,
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India,
ICAI Bhawan, Post Box No. 7100,
Indraprastha Marg,
New Delhi 110 002

Further clarifications on this exposure draft may be sought by e-mail to geetanshu.bansal@icai.in
 
 
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