What causes the need for a Fair Value Exercise and how can Nomos One help?
A business combination, or more commonly known as a takeover, acquisition or merger, is a transaction in which an acquirer (an investor entity) obtains control of one or more businesses. This involves the recognition of identifiable assets and liabilities, which are measured at fair value. This includes any leased assets and liabilities.
Business combination accounting refers to the set of financial reporting rules and procedures used to record and report the financial results of merging or acquiring companies. Accounting for leases under IFRS 16 can be complex at the best of times, but additional considerations and management are required when a business combination transaction takes place.
Business combination accounting involves consolidating the assets, liabilities, and equity of the acquired entity into the acquiring company's financial statements, typically at fair market value. This accounting method helps stakeholders understand the financial impact of the merger or acquisition on the combined entity's financial health and performance.
We explain in greater detail what is a fair value exercise and how we help our customers. Whether one business is acquiring another as a subsidiary through ownership rights or purchasing the operations and assets off another, Nomos One can assist when leases are involved.
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