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Financial Instruments disclosure
Finance & Accounting
Pages 48 (12048 words)
FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS DISCLOSURE Table of Contents Chapter 1: Literature Review 4 1.1 Disclosure of Non-Proprietary Information 5 1.2 Theory of Adverse Selection 9 1.3 Proprietary Cost Related to Competition 11 1.4 Impressions Management 14 1.5 Reputational Risk Management 18 1.6 Organizational Legitimacy Theory 19 1.7 Summary and Conclusion 21 Chapter 2: Methodology 23 2.1 Research Questions 27 2.2 Breakdown of Checklist Questions 27 Chapter 3: Results 30 3.1 Interest Risk Management Policies 31 3.2 Detailed Derivatives Disclosures 35 3.2.1 Tesco Plc 35 3.2.2 Sainsbury Plc 36 3.2.3 Waitrose Plc 37 3.3 Financial Instrument held for Trading 39 3.4 Use or Derivations of the word Hedge Accountin
Transparency allows the users to view the implication and results of judgments, estimates and decisions undertaken by the management of an organization. Full disclosure of financial instruments refers to the exposure of all the necessary information followed while taking decisions, which would provide the investors with reasonable assurance and belief on the activities performed by the organization. Financial Statements and instruments published and issued by an organization must be comparable both with the industry standards and cross-sectional among firms over a given period of time (Pownall and Schipper, 1999, pp. 259-280). Eccher and Healy (2000), Gelb and Zarowin (2002) and Lang, Ready and Yetman (2003) investigated the relationship between accounting quality and share prices. ...
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