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THiS aRTiCle diSCuSSeS and SHowS boTH wayS of meaSuRing goodwill following THe aCquiSiTion of a SubSidiaRy, and How eaCH meaSuRemenT of goodwill iS SubjeCT To an impaiRmenT Review.

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Required 1 Calculate the goodwill arising on the acquisition of High on a proportionate basis. 2 Calculate the gross goodwill arising on the acquisition of High, ie using the fair value of the NCI. Solution 1 The proportionate goodwill arising is calculated by matching the consideration that the parent has given, with the interest that the parent acquires in the net assets of the subsidiary, to give the goodwill of the subsidiary that is attributable to the parent. Parent’s cost of investment at the fair value of consideration given \$500 Less the parent’s share of the fair value of the net assets of the subsidiary acquired (80% x \$400) (\$320) Goodwill attributable to the parent \$180 2 The gross goodwill arising is calculated by matching the fair value of the whole business with the whole fair value of the net assets of the subsidiary to give the whole goodwill of the subsidiary, attributable to both the parent and to the NCI. Parent’s cost of investment at the fair value of consideration given \$500 Fair value of the NCI \$100 Less the fair value of the net assets of the subsidiary acquired (100% x \$400) (\$400) Gross goodwill \$200 Given a gross goodwill of \$200 and a goodwill attributable to the parent of \$180, the goodwill attributable to the NCI is the difference of \$20. In these examples, goodwill is said to be a premium arising on acquisition. Such goodwill is positive goodwill and accounted for as an intangible Following the revisions to IFRS 3, Business Combinations and IAS 27, Consolidated and Separate Financial Statements in January 2008, there are now two ways of measuring the goodwill that arises on the acquisition of a subsidiary and each has a slightly different impairment process. This article discusses and shows both ways of measuring goodwill following the acquisition of a subsidiary, and how each measurement of goodwill is subject to an impairment review. How to calculate goodwill The traditional measurement of goodwill on the acquisition of a subsidiary is the excess of the fair value of the consideration given by the parent over the parent’s share of the fair value of the net assets acquired. This method can be referred to as the proportionate method. It determines only the goodwill that is attributable to the parent company. The new method of measuring goodwill on the acquisition of the subsidiary is to compare the fair value of the whole of the subsidiary (as represented by the fair value of the consideration given by the parent and the fair value of the non controlling interest) with all of the fair value of the net assets of the subsidiary acquired. This method can be referred to as the gross or full goodwill method. It determines the goodwill that relates to the whole of the subsidiary, ie goodwill that is both attributable to the parent’s interest and the non-controlling interest (NCI). Consider calculating goodwill Borough acquires an 80% interest in the equity shares of High for consideration of \$500. The fair value of the net assets of Borough at that date is \$400. The fair value of the NCI at that date (ie the fair value of High’s shares not acquired by Borough) is \$100.

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Studying Papers F7 or P2? performance objectives 10 and 11 are linked

asset in the group accounts, and as we shall see be subject to an annual impairment review. In the event that there is a bargain purchase, ie negative goodwill arises, then this is regarded as a profit and immediately recognised in income. basic principles of impairment An asset is impaired when its carrying value exceeds the recoverable amount. The recoverable amount is, in turn, defined as the higher of the fair value less cost to sell and the value in use; where the value in use is the present value of the future cash flows. An impairment review calculation looks like this. This is the net book value, ie the figure that the asset is currently recorded at in the accounts. Impairment review Carrying value of the asset X > Recoverable amount (X)

an aSSeT iS impaiRed wHen iTS CaRRying value exCeedS THe ReCoveRable amounT, wHeRe THe ReCoveRable amounT iS THe HigHeR of THe faiR value leSS CoSTS To Sell and THe value in uSe.

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Consider an impairment review A company has an asset that has a carrying value of \$800. The asset has not been revalued. The asset is subject to an impairment review. If the asset was sold then it would sell for \$610 and there would be associated selling costs of \$10. (The fair value less costs to sell of the asset is therefore \$600.) The estimate of the present value of the future cash flows to be generated by the asset if it were kept is \$750. (This is the value in use of the asset.) Required Determine the outcome of the impairment review. Solution An asset is impaired when its carrying value exceeds the recoverable amount, where the recoverable amount is the higher of the fair value less costs to sell and the value in use. In this case, with a fair value less cost to sell of only \$600 and a value in use of \$750 it both follows the rules, and makes common sense to minimise losses, that the recoverable amount will be the higher of the two, ie \$750. Impairment review Carrying value of the asset Recoverable amount Impairment loss \$800 (\$750) \$50

This is the estimate of how much cash the company thinks it will get from the asset, either by selling it or using it. This loss must be recognised, and the asset written down to the recoverable amount.

Impairment loss

X

The impairment loss must be recorded so that the asset is written down. There is no accounting policy or choice about this. In the event that the recoverable amount had exceeded the recoverable amount then there would be no impairment loss to recognise and as there is no such thing as an impairment gain, no accounting entry would arise.

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As the asset has never been revalued, the loss has to be charged to income. Impairment losses are non-cash expenses, like depreciation, so in the cash flow statement they will be added back when reconciling operating profit to cash generated from operating activities, just like depreciation again. Assets are generally subject to an impairment review only if there are indicators of impairment. IAS 36, Impairment of Assets lists examples of circumstances that would trigger an impairment review. External sources ¤ market value declines ¤ negative changes in technology, markets, economy, or laws ¤ increases in market interest rates ¤ company share price is below book value Internal sources ¤ obsolescence or physical damage ¤ asset is part of a restructuring or held for disposal ¤ worse economic performance than expected goodwill and impairment The asset of goodwill does not exist in a vacuum; rather, it arises in the group accounts because it is not separable from the net assets of the subsidiary that have just been acquired. The impairment review of goodwill therefore takes place at the level of a cash-generating unit, that is to say a collection of assets that together create an independent stream of cash. The cash-generating unit will normally be assumed to be the subsidiary. In this way, when conducting the impairment review, the carrying value will be that of the net assets and the goodwill of the subsidiary compared with the recoverable amount of the subsidiary.

aSSeTS aRe geneRally SubjeCT To an impaiRmenT Review only if THeRe aRe indiCaToRS of impaiRmenT. iaS 36, impaiRmenT of aSSeTS liSTS exampleS of CiRCumSTanCeS THaT would TRiggeR an impaiRmenT Review.

When looking to assign the impairment loss to particular assets within the cash generating unit, unless there is an asset that is specifically impaired, it is goodwill that is written off first, with any further balance being assigned on a pro rata basis. The goodwill arising on the acquisition of a subsidiary is subject to an annual impairment review. This requirement ensures that the asset of goodwill is not being overstated in the group accounts. Goodwill is a peculiar asset in that it cannot be revalued so any impairment loss will automatically be charged against income. Goodwill is not deemed to be systematically consumed or worn out thus there is no requirement for a systematic amortisation. proportionate goodwill and the impairment review When goodwill has been calculated on a proportionate basis then for the purposes of conducting the impairment review it is necessary to gross up goodwill so that in the impairment review goodwill will include an unrecognised notional goodwill attributable to the NCI. Any impairment loss that arises is first allocated against the total of recognised and unrecognised goodwill in the normal proportions that the parent and NCI share profits and losses. Any amounts written off against the notional goodwill will not affect the consolidated financial statements and NCI. Any amounts written off against the recognised goodwill will be attributable to the parent only, without affecting the NCI. If the total amount of impairment loss exceeds the amount allocated against recognised and notional goodwill, the excess will be allocated against the other assets on a pro rata basis. This further loss will be shared between the parent and the NCI in the normal proportion that they share profits and losses.

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THe impaiRmenT Review of goodwill iS Really THe impaiRmenT Review of THe neT aSSeT’S SubSidiaRy and iTS goodwill aS TogeTHeR THey foRm a CaSH geneRaTing uniT foR wHiCH iT iS poSSible To aSCeRTain a ReCoveRable amounT.

Consider an impairment review of proportionate goodwill At the year-end, an impairment review is being conducted on a 60%-owned subsidiary. At the date of the impairment review the carrying value of the subsidiary’s net assets were \$250 and the goodwill attributable to the parent \$300 and the recoverable amount of the subsidiary \$700. Required Determine the outcome of the impairment review. Solution In conducting the impairment review of proportionate goodwill, it is first necessary to gross it up. Proportionate goodwill Grossed up Goodwill including the notional unrecognised NCI \$500

Only the parent’s share of the goodwill impairment loss will actually be recorded, ie 60% x \$50 = \$30. The impairment loss will be applied to write down the goodwill, so that the intangible asset of goodwill that will appear on the group statement of financial position will be \$270 (\$300 - \$30). In the group statement of financial position, the accumulated profits will be reduced \$30. There is no impact on the NCI. In the group income statement, the impairment loss of \$30 will be charged as an extra operating expense. There is no impact on the NCI. gross goodwill and the impairment review Where goodwill has been calculated gross, then all the ingredients in the impairment review process are already consistently recorded in full. Any impairment loss (whether it relates to the gross goodwill or the other assets) will be allocated between the parent and the NCI in the normal proportion that they share profits and losses. Consider an impairment review of gross goodwill At the year-end, an impairment review is being conducted on an 80%-owned subsidiary. At the date of the impairment review the carrying value of the net assets were \$400 and the gross goodwill \$300 (of which \$40 is attributable to the NCI) and the recoverable amount of the subsidiary \$500. Required Determine the outcome of the impairment review. Solution The impairment review of goodwill is really the impairment review of the net asset’s subsidiary and its goodwill, as together they form a cash generating unit for which it is possible to ascertain a recoverable amount.

\$300 x

100/60 =

Now, for the purposes of the impairment review, the goodwill of \$500 together with the net assets of \$250 form the carrying value of the cash-generating unit. Impairment review Carrying value Net assets Goodwill Recoverable amount Impairment loss \$250 \$500 \$750 (\$700) \$50

The impairment loss does not exceed the total of the recognised and unrecognised goodwill so therefore it is only goodwill that has been impaired. The other assets are not impaired. As proportionate goodwill is only attributable to the parent, the impairment loss will not impact NCI.

TeCHniCal in THe equiTy of THe gRoup STaTemenT of finanCial poSiTion THe aCCumulaTed pRofiTS will be ReduCed by THe paRenT’S SHaRe of THe impaiRmenT loSS on THe gRoSS goodwill, ie \$160 (80% x \$200) and THe nCi ReduCed by THe nCi’S SHaRe, ie \$40 (20% x \$200).

Impairment review Carrying value Net assets Goodwill Recoverable amount Impairment loss \$400 \$300 \$700 (\$500) \$200

The impairment loss will be applied to write down the goodwill, so that the intangible asset of goodwill that will appear on the group statement of financial position, will be \$100 (\$300 - \$200). In the equity of the group statement of financial position, the accumulated profits will be reduced by the parent’s share of the impairment loss on the gross goodwill, ie \$160 (80% x \$200) and the NCI reduced by the NCI’s share, ie \$40 (20% x \$200). In the income statement, the impairment loss of \$200 will be charged as an extra operating expense. As the impairment loss relates to the gross goodwill of the subsidiary, so it will reduce the NCI in the subsidiary’s profit for the year by \$40 (20% x \$200). observation In passing, you may wish to note an apparent anomaly with regards to the accounting treatment of gross goodwill and the impairment losses attributable to the NCI. The goodwill attributable to the NCI in this example is stated as \$40. This means that goodwill is \$40 greater than it would have been if it had been measured on a proportionate basis; likewise, the NCI is also \$40 greater for having been measured at fair value at acquisition. The split of the gross goodwill between what is attributable to the parent and what is attributable to the NCI is determined by the relative values of the NCI at acquisition to the parent’s cost of investment. However, when it comes to the allocation of impairment losses attributable to the write off of goodwill then these losses are shared in the normal proportions that the parent and the NCI share profits and losses, ie in this case 80%/20%.

you may wiSH To noTe an appaRenT anomaly wiTH RegaRdS To THe aCCounTing TReaTmenT of gRoSS goodwill and THe impaiRmenT loSSeS aTTRibuTable To THe nCi. THe goodwill aTTRibuTable To THe nCi in THiS example iS STaTed aS \$40. THiS meanS THaT goodwill iS \$40 gReaTeR THan iT would Have been if iT Had been meaSuRed on a pRopoRTionaTe baSiS; likewiSe, THe nCi iS alSo \$40 gReaTeR foR Having been meaSuRed aT faiR value aT aCquiSiTion.
This explains the strange phenomena that while the NCI are attributed with only \$40 out of the \$300 of the gross goodwill, when the gross goodwill was impaired by \$200 (ie two thirds of its value), the NCI are charged \$40 of that loss, representing all of the goodwill attributable to the NCI. Tom Clendon and Sally Baker are tutors at Kaplan Financial

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...FFA PAPER F3 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING BPP Learning Media is the sole ACCA Platinum Approved Learning Partner – content for FIA and ACCA qualifications. In this, the only FFA/F3 study text to be reviewed by the examiner:        We highlight the most important elements in the syllabus and the key skills you will need We signpost how each chapter links to the syllabus and the study guide We provide lots of exam focus points demonstrating what the examiner will want you to do We emphasise key points in regular fast forward summaries We test your knowledge of what you’ve studied in quick quizzes We examine your understanding in our exam question bank We reference all the important topics in our full index I N T E R A C T I V E T E X T BPP’s Practice & Revision Kit, i-Pass and Interactive Passcard products also support this paper. Note FIA FFA and ACCA Paper F3 are examined under the same syllabus and study guide. FOR EXAMS FROM FEBRUARY 2013 TO JANUARY 2014 FFA/F3 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING First edition March 2011 Second edition September 2012 ISBN 9781 4453 9966 9 Previous ISBN 9781 4453 7305 8 eISBN 9781 4453 9242 4 British Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Published by BPP Learning Media Ltd BPP House, Aldine Place 142-144 Uxbridge Road London W12 8AA www.bpp.com/learningmedia Printed in the United Kingdom by Printers Polestar Wheatons Hennock Road Marsh Barton Exeter EX2 8RP Your...

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...STRICTLY PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Serial No. NNNNNNNNNN UNITED GROWTH BERHAD (Company No. 739648-W) Islamic Medium Term Notes pursuant to an Islamic Medium Term Notes Programme of RM2.2 billion under the Shariah principle of Musharakah Joint Lead Arrangers and Joint Lead Managers CIMB Investment Bank Berhad HSBC Amanah Malaysia Berhad (Company No: 18417-M) (Company No: 807705-X) 13 June 2012 IMPORTANT NOTICE Responsibility Statements This Information Memorandum has been approved by the directors of United Growth Berhad (Company No: 739648-W) (“UG” or “Issuer”) and UEM Group Berhad (Company No: 6551-K) (“UEM” or “Obligor”) and UG and UEM accept full responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this Information Memorandum. UG and UEM, after having made all reasonable enquiries, confirm that this Information Memorandum contains all information with respect to UG and UEM which is material in the context of the Islamic medium term notes programme of RM2.2 billion (“Programme”) and the offering of the Islamic medium term notes (“Sukuk”) under the Programme. The opinions and intentions expressed in this Information Memorandum in relation to UG and UEM are honestly held, have been reached after considering all relevant circumstances and are based on reasonable assumptions and there are no other facts in relation to UG and UEM or the Programme the omission of which would, in the context of the Sukuk issue, make any statement...

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...contents Vision/Mission/Core Values Notice of 54th Annual General Meeting Corporate Pro le Board of Directors’ Pro le Board of Directors’ Committees Directors’ Report Attendance of Directors Review Report on Statement of Compliance Statement of Compliance Pattern of Shareholding Categories of Shareholders Six-Year Summary Auditors’ Report to the Members on Unconsolidated Financial Statements Unconsolidated Financial Statements Auditors’ Report to the Members on Consolidated Financial Statements Consolidated Financial Statements Form of Proxy 93 95 35 37 02 04 06 07 14 16 25 26 27 29 31 32 committed to By enforcing excellent service, security and comfort PIA takes the time to nurture trust within its ﬂyers. It is this very reason today that PIA is Pakistan’s favourite airline success annual general meeting Notice is hereby given that 54th Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders of Pakistan International Airlines Corporation will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Saturday, April 30, 2011 at Pearl Continental Hotel, Club Road, Karachi to transact the following business: 1. 2. 3. To receive and adopt the Audited Accounts for the Financial Year ended December 31, 2010 together with the Auditors’ and Directors’ Reports. To elect two Directors against vacancies as required under Sections 6 and 7 of PIAC Act 1956 in place of Mr Mubashir Iftikhar and Malik Nazir Ahmed who have completed their term of of ce of Directors. To transact any other business with the permission of the...

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