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9.12.2015

Article on FASB’s Accounting Standards Update (ASU) No. 2015-09

EisnerAmper Cayman Ltd. has posted an article with Captive Insight (www.captiveinsight.ky) and Captive Review (see article here) about the latest FASB ASU No. 2015-09.

Preparers of financial statements need to be aware of the additional disclosure requirements introduced by ASU No. 2015-09, as well as consider the time impact and increased level of detail on reserving and claims data to be compiled in order to enable preparation of financial statements that comply with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America (U.S. GAAP).

The article published in Captive Insight can be downloaded through the link below.

 

 


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24.7.2015

PKF Cayman rebrand and joining EisnerAmper Global

PKF Cayman has rebranded to EisnerAmper Cayman. We have joined with leading US accountancy firm, EisnerAmper LLP and EisnerAmper Ireland, to form a new global network called EisnerAmper Global. Our vision is to be globally recognised as Cayman’s leading corporate professional services firm. Being part of a new global network, EisnerAmper Global, gives our clients access to leading minds and cutting edge services by leveraging the expertise of c. 180 partners and 1500 professionals across Cayman, the US, Ireland and London.

Our soft launch will be on August 17, 2015, details of our public launch will follow soon.


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20.3.2014

Are You Caught In The “Offsetting” Net?

The requirements under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and US generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) are almost identical and are required when there is netting on the balance sheet, or when there is the ability to net under an enforceable master netting arrangement or similar agreement


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20.12.2013

Examining Confidence Levels

Funding at a consistent 70 percent confidence level will allow you to weather the ups and downs without the need to respond abruptly, and gradually accumulate equity.


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20.11.2013

Is My Fund an Investment Entity/Company?

This is a follow up on a prevous article detailing the requirements of amendments to IFRS 10, IFRS 12 and IAS 27, issued in October 2012.


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23.1.2013

IFRS for Investment Entities

For the first time the International Accounting Standards Board has issued industry specific guidance for investment entities.

 

 


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16.1.2013

Avoid 6 Critical Errors When Completing the FAR

The Fund Annual Return (“FAR”) is an electronic form that fund operators must use to provide CIMA with general, operating and financial information about their fund. This electronic document must be completed and filed for every regulated fund, together with a pdf version of the audited financial statements within six (6) months of the reporting entity’s year end. Through our review of FARS submitted to CIMA, we’ve been able to build this list of six tips to common yet critical errors to avoid.

 


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1.10.2012

The Insurance (Amendment) Bill 2011: Portfolio Insurance Companies

This article summarises the main points of the Insurance (Amendment) Bill 2011. This Bill, currently a consultation draft seeks to amend the Insurance Law, 2010 to permit the registration of Portfolio Insurance Companies; and to provide for incidental and connected purposes.


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1.6.2012

Exposure Draft for IFRS Investment Companies

For the first time the International Accounting Standards Board has proposed industry specific guidance for investment entities. Under US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles similar guidance has existed for some time and is currently documented in Accounting Standards Codification 946 Financial Services-Investment Companies.


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1.4.2012

Fund Companies, Cayman Islands vs. Singapore

With the current economic environment still heavily focused on regulation, PKF (Cayman) Ltd and PKF-CAP LLP in Singapore have prepared this summary comparison of the fund regulations in two of the major global jurisdictions. Funds are defined in the Cayman Islands regulations as mutual funds and the Singapore regulations as collective investment schemes.


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