iGAAP 2019

Deloitte’s iGAAP manuals, published by Croner-i,  are the authoritative, up-to-date and trusted guides for preparers and users of IFRS financial statements. Practical, and illustrated with examples throughout, they provide a complete and comprehensive reference source for reporting under IFRSs.

Written by Deloitte’s technical experts and designed for both businesses and professional advisers, the manuals provide the most detailed and up-to-date guidance available, enabling the preparation or auditing of financial statements with confidence. These titles are available in print books or online,  and we also have a full suite of GAAP manuals.

Deloitte International IFRS Pack

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This pack provides those dealing with IFRSs with everything they need. With invaluable guidance on application, the pack covers all areas including both IAS 39 and IFRS 9 on financial instruments.

Individual volumes

iGAAP2019-Vol-A
iGAAP 2019 Volume A: A Guide to IFRS Reporting, Parts 1 & 2

This two-part volume covers all IFRSs other than those dealing exclusively with financial instruments. The guidance from expert authors focusses on practical implementation issues, resulting in an authoritative and practical reference work for all preparers and users of IFRS financial statements and their advisers.

iGAAP2019-Vol-B
iGAAP 2019 Volume B: Financial Instruments - IFRS 9 and related Standards

Financial instruments are a hugely complex area, but this volume clearly explains the application of IFRS 9 and related financial instruments Standards. It is an essential aid for those already applying IFRS 9, those who are planning their move to IFRS 9, and other interested parties trying to gain a better understanding of the impact of the new 'complete' Standard.

iGAAP19-Vol-C
GAAP 2019 Volume C: Financial Instruments - IAS 39 and related Standards

Although IFRS 9 (covered in Volume B) has superseded this Standard, this volume provides in-depth coverage of practical issues likely to be encountered, for entities that still apply IAS 39 and the related financial instruments Standards.