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Consolidation of accounts with Parent company with its associate &Associate company with its parents

21 May 2024 A Pvt. Ltd. holds a 25% shareholding in B Pvt. Ltd., making B Pvt. Ltd. an associate company of A Pvt. Ltd. Subsequently, B Pvt. Ltd. acquired a 30% shareholding in A Pvt. Ltd., thereby making A Pvt. Ltd. an associate company of B Pvt. Ltd. As per the provisions of the Companies Act 2013, there is no prohibition on the acquisition of shares by an associate company from its parent and vice versa. Considering this situation, my questions are:
1. Are there any restrictions under the Companies Act 2013 regarding the consolidation of financial statements of A Pvt. Ltd. with B Pvt. Ltd. when both companies are considered associates of each other?
2. What are the requirements under the relevant accounting standards (AS/ Ind AS) for consolidating the financial statements of A Pvt. Ltd. and B Pvt. Ltd. & B Pvt. Ltd. With A Pvt. Ltd. when each holds a significant but non-controlling interest in the other?

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