Self-Study Course Details
The ASC 815 standards on accounting for derivatives and hedges can be complex and challenging to navigate. This course will aim to reduce that complexity by first covering the fundamentals of derivatives, hedges, and risk management. Building upon these fundamentals, the course will then walk through the accounting for normal derivatives as well as those designated for hedge accounting.
In this course you will learn about derivatives and how they are traded, hedging and risk management strategies, risks that are hedgeable under ASC 815, proper accounting for derivatives and hedges, and much more!
- Identify the different types of derivatives and how they are traded.
- Explore hedging and risk management strategies.
- Discover the risks that are hedgeable under the ASC 815 hedge accounting guidance.
- Recognize how to account for derivatives and hedges in accordance with ASC 815.
- Identify the presentation and disclosure requirements for derivatives and hedges.
Matthew Briggson is a certified public accountant in the State of Michigan and a co-founder of Encoursa LLC, a technology company offering continuing professional education courses to CPAs and other financial professionals. Before founding Encoursa, Matthew spent time in public accounting at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in the Assurance Practice.
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