Definition

Accounting Exposure

Accounting Exposure, also called translation exposure, is the potential for accounting-derived changes in owner’s equity to occur because of the need to “translate” foreign currency financial statements of foreign subsidiaries into a single reporting currency to prepare worldwide consolidated financial statements.

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