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  • SME standard adopted in Hong Kong

    Aug 30, 2005

    The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants has issued its Financial Reporting Framework and Standard for Small and Medium-sized Entities (SMEs).

  • World standard setters will meet 26-27 September 2005

    Aug 24, 2005

    In conjunction with its September 2005 Board meeting, the IASB has organised a meeting of representatives of approximately 40 national accounting standards-setting bodies on 26-27 September 2005 at the Renaissance London Chancery Court Hotel, 252 High Holborn, London.

  • IASB project timetable updated

    Aug 23, 2005

    We have updated our IASB Project Timetable to reflect recent pronouncements and other publications by the IASB and discussions at recent Board meetings. .

  • Agenda for IFRIC meeting 1-2 September

    Aug 20, 2005

    The International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee (IFRIC) will meet at the IASB's offices in London on Thursday and Friday, 1-2 September 2005. The agenda for the meeting is set out below. 1-2 September 2005, London Thursday 1 September 2005 (14:00-17:30pm) Administrative matters Minutes of the August 2005 IFRIC meeting August IFRIC Update Service Concessions IFRIC D12, D13, D14 Scope Double recognition of revenue Revisit of issues from August meeting Friday 2 September 2005 (09:00-10:45am) IAS 19 Employee Benefits – Minimum Funding Requirements and the Asset Ceiling Tabling from July Agenda Committee of wording for issues proposed for rejection .

  • Webcast on business combinations and IFRIC

    Aug 19, 2005

    The Deloitte United Kingdom IFRS Centre of Excellence is running a monthly series of hour-long Internet-based IFRS technical updates, focusing on the most important international accounting standards and how they will affect UK companies.

  • 'Extreme Accounting'

    Aug 19, 2005

    If you find the discussions of embedded derivatives, the modified-grant-date method, and service concession arrangements on IAS Plus somewhat lacking in humour, you may want to seek a respite at Extreme Accounting. .