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IFRS 16 will eliminate nearly all off-balance-sheet accounting for lessees, impacting many commonly used financial metrics, including earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization. The new regulation will have a major impact on the amount of debt reported on the balance sheets of companies that lease big-ticket assets such as real estate, manufacturing equipment, aircraft, and technology.
IFRS 16 will take effect 1 January 2019, and its impact should not be underestimated—the changes may affect credit ratings, borrowing costs, and even stakeholders’ perception of a company.
As a services firm, Satriun Group is currently implementing IFRS 16 changes at a number of corporations. In this webinar, Satriun will discuss: