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A guide to IFRS 9 for non-banks
Tuesday, 25 July 2023 9:00 AM SAST

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Virtual - Recorded Webinar

Event language: English

25 Jul.

Tuesday, 09:00 SAST | 2 Hr 30 min.

A guide to IFRS 9 for non-banks

Recording of webinar hosted 25 July 2023

Our live webinars are recorded and subsequently offered on-demand to those who could not join the live dates.

Recording details

The Deloitte School of Tax & Legal, in collaboration with the
Deloitte Assurance team invites you to view the A guide to IFRS 9 for non-banks webinar-on-demand.

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  • Duration: 2.5 hours
  • Cost: R1 035.00 (incl. VAT) per person

Outline of the webinar

IFRS 9 Financial Instruments is a challenging accounting standard to understand, especially for entities who are outside of the Financial Services sector. The requirements are at-times highly complex, cumbersome and difficult to apply which has resulted in entities incurring audit findings and the JSE Proactive Monitoring Committee raising material concerns in relation to annual reports reviewed each year since the standard became effective in 2018.

This objective of this webinar is to delve into the material areas of IFRS 9 affecting non-banking entities and provide guidance on how to interpret and apply the standard both from a theoretical and practical perspective.

This webinar covers the following:

  • Scope of IFRS 9 and applicability to non-monetary assets and liabilities
  • Classifying financial assets – the business model and SPPI assessment;
  • Derecognition principles – modification accounting, the 10% test on financial liability modifications, debt factoring, trade financing, replacements, extensions and transfers.
  • Expected credit loss model basics – general and simplified approach scoping, provision matrix accounting, calculating loss-given default rates, probability-weighted scenario application
  • Amortised cost accounting – including a practical guide to applying Effective interest rate
  • Derivatives and hedge accounting – derivative identification, embedded derivatives and hedge accounting basics
  • Disclosure requirements under IFRS 7

The webinar will cover both the theory associated with the above topics as well as practical examples and model disclosures.


Marco Spagnuolo

Marco is a qualified Chartered Accountant and Partner in the Deloitte Assurance Services business. Marco leads the disruptive events advisory practice providing clients who are experiencing disruptive events (M&A activity/ divestitures/ restructurings etc.) with advice and support to successfully navigate the disruptive event.  Marco also co-leads the Deloitte/Workiva alliance providing clients with implementation support for their adoption of various Workiva automated solutions.

Kelly Gowar-Millar

Kelly is a qualified Chartered Accountant with over 9 years of experience. She is the IFRS technical project manager for the Deloitte School of Tax. She has over 6 years of experience in assisting clients with IFRS implementation, technical accounting training and corporate reporting, focussing on financial services industry and Financial Instruments Accounting Advisory.

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