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IASB meeting — 13–15 June 2011

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Location: London

IASB (International Accounting Standards Board)

The IASB and FASB held a joint Board Meeting on 13-15 June 2011. Both Boards met in London for joint discussion topics. It also was the final scheduled public Board meeting for retiring board members Tatsumi Yamada, Warren McGregor and Sir David Tweedie.

Agenda for the meeting


Monday, 13 June 2011

IASB/FASB joint meeting (11:30-18:30)

    • Insurance contracts
    • Investment property – Education session on FASB project
    • Leases - Lessor accounting
    • Financial instruments – Asset and liability offsetting

    Tuesday, 14 June 2011

    IASB-EFRAG joint meeting (08:00-10:30)

          • Meeting with EFRAG

    IASB-FASB joint meeting (10:45-18:30)

          • Financial instruments – Classification and measurement – Education session on FASB model
          • Leases – Islamic (Shariah-compliant) leases
          • Revenue recognition
          • Asset and liability offsetting

    Wednesday, 15 June 2011

    IASB-FASB joint meeting (8:00-12:30)

          • Leases
          • Insurance contracts (continued from Monday)
          • Financial instruments – Impairment
          • Revenue recognition – Re-exposure of proposals

    IASB meeting (13:15-14:35)

        • Investment entities – Sweep issues
        • Annual improvements
        • Agenda consultation – Proposed timetable

     

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