IAS 28 Associate Companies and Joint Ventures Example 2

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      • Profile photo of MikeLittle says

        @olkhova, I do believe that in fact we DO – our share is the share of net assets, not just assets. And there’s now of course no need to specify that we are using the equity method, since that is now the ONLY method allowed. Proportional consolidation of joint ventures has been removed as the benchmark treatment and now the equity method has become the only method ( instead of being the allowed alternative )

        I’ve also amended my way of calculating W5A Investment in Associate. I now tackle it in the same way as I do for a nci in a consolidation – because we ARE the nci in an Associate.

        So now it’s:-

        Value at date of acquisition ( or when it became an associate through part disposal of a subsidiary ), plus

        Share of post-acq retained, less

        Any impairment

        Is that ok?

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    • Profile photo of sheriffdeen says

      @7suleo11,

      To get 20,000, he deducted 80,000 share capital from total pre-acquisiton net assets of 100,000. Since, Net Asset is the addition of Share Capital and Retain Earning.

      Hope I got u question right!

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