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November

  • Day 2 of the November 2005 IASB meeting

    16 Nov 2005

    The International Accounting Standards Board met at its offices in London on Tuesday through Friday, 15-18 November 2005. You will find all of the preliminary and unofficial notes taken by Deloitte observers at the meeting Combined on a Separate Page. .

  • November 2005 IASB meeting day 1

    16 Nov 2005

    The International Accounting Standards Board met at its offices in London on Tuesday through Friday, 15-18 November 2005. You will find all of the preliminary and unofficial notes taken by Deloitte observers at the meeting Combined on a Separate Page. .

  • EC eliminates fair value option 'carve-out'

    15 Nov 2005

    The European Commission has adopted a Regulation endorsing the fair value option in IAS 39 on Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement As Amended by the IASB in June 2005.

  • Agenda for IASB November meeting

    14 Nov 2005

    The International Accounting Standards Board will meet in public session at its offices in London on Tuesday through Friday, 15-18 November 2005. Presented below is the agenda for the meeting. .

  • Progress toward IFRS convergence in China

    14 Nov 2005

    Representatives of the China Accounting Standards Committee (CASC) of the People's Republic of China and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) met in Beijing on 7 and 8 November 2005 to discuss a range of issues relating to the convergence of Chinese Accounting Standards (CASs) with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs). At the conclusion of the meeting, the two delegations released a joint statement setting out key points of agreement, including the following: China stated that convergence is one of the fundamental goals of its standard-setting programme. China affirmed its intention that an enterprise applying CASs should produce financial statements that are the same as those of an enterprise that applies IFRSs. The IASB delegation acknowledged that convergence to IFRSs will take time, and how to converge with IFRSs is a matter for China to determine. During the past year, China has issued 21 Exposure Drafts.

  • Agenda for SAC meeting 10-11 November

    09 Nov 2005

    The Standards Advisory Council (SAC) will meet with the IASB in public session on Thursday and Friday 10-11 November 2005 at the Renaissance Chancery Court Hotel in London.