IFRS16 LEASE ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
The Perfect Experience of Lease Accounting
WHAT IS IFRS 16？
IFRS 16 is a new standard promulgated by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) to close the major accounting loophole from IAS 17: off-balance sheet operating leases. According to the document, any property or piece of equipment that a business has the right to use exclusively for a predetermined period of time will now be recognised as an asset and therefore included in the balance sheet.
Which sectors and groups will be most influenced by IFRS 16?
The new leases standard, IFRS 16, could prompt significant changes to many businesses across a variety of industry sectors, especially retail, transportation, airline and banking.
IFRS 16 will change the company’s balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement. Commonly used financial indicators will also change, which will affect the company’s “purchase or lease” decision.
The new standard is required to collect a lot of information that was not in the financial reporting system in the past. Companies need to update their existing systems to collect lease-related information. yonyou’s IFRS 16 lease accounting solution connects financial reporting, leasing and fixed asset management, allowing companies to manage leasing business more effectively.
3 Categories of Lease Payment
Third Party Integration
SUPPORTING 3 CATEGORIES OF LEASE PAYMENT
yonyou IFRS 16 solution supports three leasing industry scenarios with different business process and settlement methods:
Fixed Lease Payments
Fixed payments are payments that are made to the lessor by the lessee for the right to use an underlying asset during the lease term
For example, the lease payment of real estate, retail stores and garages will not affected by any variable terms
Variable Lease Payments
Variable lease payments are the portion of payments during the lease term that varies because of circumstances occurring after the commencement date, other than the passage of time
For example, the lease payments amount to X% of the store’s revenues.
Lease Payments by Framework Agreement
The payments is calculated in respect of the leases under the framework agreement.
Usually applied in equipment rental, such as cars, photocopiers and computers, etc.