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Mongolia

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Financial reporting framework in Mongolia

Mongolian Accounting Law

Article 4. Accounting Principles

4.1. The following principles shall be adhered to the accounting of business entity and organization:

4.1.1. The financial statements of a business entity and organization shall be in conformity with the international accounting standards.

Article 10. Composition of Financial Statements

10.1 The business entity or organization shall prepare financial statements in accordance with the International Accounting Standards.

Click here for the Accounting Law in English on the MoniCPA website.

The World Bank ROSC Report for Mongolia

Accounting and Financial Reporting Framework

The Accounting Law governs accounting in Mongolia. The Mongolian Parliament passed the first Accounting Law in 1993 with subsequent amendments in 2002, 2003, and 2006. Mongolia has also adopted IFRS. The Accounting Law requires all for-profit and non-profit entities, including small and medium enterprises (SME), state-owned enterprises (SOE), and other entities to prepare financial statements in full compliance with IFRS.

Audit Law

The Audit Law states:

The following entities and organizations are required to have their financial statements certified by an audit firm.

  1. all shareholding companies that are listed on the stock exchange;
  2. a company that is requesting to be listed on the stock exchange;
  3. business entity having statutory fund amounts of 50 million Togrog or more (approximately US$40,000);
  4. a company that plans to sell all of its assets to public bidding;
  5. business entities and organizations with foreign investment unless otherwise stipulated in the laws and international treaties of Mongolia;
  6. fully or partially state owned entities;
  7. bank, financial, and insurance organizations;
  8. companies engaged in brokerage and dealer or running a business as an investment fund; and
  9. labor unions.

Click here for the Audit Law in English on the MoniCPA website.

Auditing standards are established by the Audit Committee of Mongolian Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Correction list for hyphenation

These words serve as exceptions. Once entered, they are only hyphenated at the specified hyphenation points. Each word should be on a separate line.