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Will Planned Derivatives Accounting Changes Stem Flow of Restatements, Improve Risk Management?

risk-accountingNew Accounting Rules Could Encourage use of Derivatives

Changes to accounting rules for derivatives may prompt companies to start using reasonable derivative-based risk-management tools, said Jim Kroeker of the Financial Accounting Standards Board.  Kroeker suggested this was one possible benefit of FASB’s proposal for hedge accounting, which could be issued in September.

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