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ISCA has issued EP 100 Implementation Guidance 5 (EP 100 IG 5) to assist audit firms with audit clients that are listed entities in fulfilling the requirements of revised paragraph SG410.27A of EP 100 (revised on 7 September 2022) which introduces a new concept of “audit-related services” (ARS).
Amongst others, EP 100 IG 5 contains an illustrative example of the fee proportion computation required under the revised paragraph SG410.27A and a non-exhaustive list of common examples of ARS along with the rationale behind each example.
ISCA issues FRB 9 (Revised January 2023) Accounting Implications of the Interest Rate Benchmark Reform to share accounting considerations on specific matters to assist entities in their understanding of the accounting for financial instruments and hedge accounting which are affected by the replacement of interest rate benchmarks within these contracts.
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.
The Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) and the Centre for Social Development (Asia), Department of Social Work, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore (NUS), supported by the Charity Council and Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), have come together to produce a series of articles that aims to explore the areas where accountants can volunteer their expertise in the charity sector in Singapore. The seven articles were first published in the IS Chartered Accountant Journal and have been compiled into an electronic book, titled 'Accounting for Good'. This book may serve as a reference and resource to stakeholders in the Charity sector.