En studie i RR 29 / IAS 19:s förändring och utfall

by Dahlin, Mikael; Dahlström, Caroline

Abstract (Summary)
The pension audit has been a hot topic for the listed companies for the last years. New rules have been applied which have caused discussions and difficulties for the companies. EU’s ministry of council accepted the so called IAS 2005 Regulation on the 7th June 2002. This means that all companies listed on the stock market must follow IAS regulations in their consolidated accounts latest 2005. RR 29 / IAS 19, grounds for our study, came into place already 1st January 2005. Svenska Redovisningsrådets Recommendation No 29, “Reimbursements to employees”, essentially corresponds to International Accounting Standard No 19, “Employee Benefits”.The purpose with this graduate paper is to see what effects the transformation to RR 29 / IAS 19 has had on the companies capitalistic structure, i.e. how liabilities, equity and certain business ratio have changed for the researched companies on the A-list at Stockholm Stock Exchange.We have chosen to use a quantitative method by studying annual reports and analyzing certain figures. The research strategy we use is a total investigative survey. This creates a portrayal in the form of descriptive statistics.The total lump sum of RR 29 / IAS 19 is -11972,8m SEK .This amount is of course the same for equity as for liabilities, but viewed across the entire survey population the equity was a lesser amount than the net amount due. The majority of the researched companies had a negative lump sum, although a few had a positive lump sum. Two out of three ratios have increased in value.
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School:Södertörns högskola

School Location:Sweden

Source Type:Master's Thesis



Date of Publication:06/15/2005

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