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  • EC comments on SEC 'roadmnap'

    22 Apr 2005

    The European Commission highlighted the progress made between the EC and the SEC (see news story below) in a (PDF 77k) titled Accounting Standards: EU Commissioner McCreevy Sees Agreement with SEC as Progress Toward Equivalence.

  • 2005 version of UK FRSSE is issued

    22 Apr 2005

    The United Kingdom Accounting Standards Board has issued the 2005 version of its Financial Reporting Standard for Smaller Entities (FRSSE).

  • IASB FASB SEC Convergence Conference 24 June

    21 Apr 2005

    The IASB, the US Financial Accounting Standards Board, and the US Securities and Exchange Commission are jointly sponsoring a conference on -->Convergence: The Future of International Financial Reporting Worldwide --> on Friday 24 June 2005 in London.

  • EFRAG proposes to endorse IAS 39 amendment

    20 Apr 2005

    The European Financial Reporting Advisory Group has posted to its Website its proposed letter recommending that the European Commission approve, for use in Europe, the IASB's recent Amendments to IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement–Cash Flow Hedge Accounting of Forecast Intragroup Transactions.

  • EFRAG comments to IASB on fair value option

    20 Apr 2005

    The European Financial Reporting Advisory Group has submitted a letter of comment to the IASB on Amendments to IAS 39: The Fair Value Option–Effective Date and Transitional Provisions.

  • Asia-Pacific pages updated

    19 Apr 2005

    We have updated the following Asia-Pacific jurisdiction pages to reflect standard-setting activity during the first quarter of 2005: Australia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Taiwan. .