Guide to calculating ECL

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Guide to calculating Expected Credit Losses for Trade Receivables

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A guide to determining expected credit losses on Trade Receivables as per the IFRS 9 standard

IFRS 9 requires a forward-looking approach to calculating impairments of financial instruments, using reasonable and supportable information. Lux Actuaries has prepared a guide illustrating a suggested approach to determine Expected Credit Losses (ECL) on Trade Receivables in accordance with the standard.

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