Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities

May 19th, 2015
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A variable interest entity [VIE]: it is used to refer to an entity where the investor holds a controlling interest that is not based on the majority of voting rights. It is closely related to the concept of a special purpose entity. Examples of VIE include financial assets transfers, hedging financial instruments, development, research and leasing.

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Consolidation of Variable Interest EntitiesTitle:Affiliation No:Institution NameA variable interest entity [VIE]: it is used to refer to an entity where the investor holds a controlling interest that is not based on the majority of voting rights. It is closely related to the concept of a special purpose entity. Examples of VIE include financial assets transfers, hedging financial instruments, development, research and leasing. The benefit of identifying a variable interest entity is that a company needs to consolidate such entities if it is the primary beneficiary of the VIE.A primar

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