Debt valuation methodologies for financial reporting
The purpose of this paper is to provide a framework for measuring the fair value of debt that is rooted in a thoughtful observation of market behavior and in a way that facilitates transparency, consistency, and confidence in fair value measurements for financial reporting.
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