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  • IFRIC proposes guidance on pension accounting

    25 Aug 2006

    The International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee (IFRIC) has published draft Interpretation D19 'IAS 19 – The Asset Ceiling: Availability of Economic Benefits and Minimum Funding Requirements'.

  • Where do IAS Plus visitors come from?

    23 Aug 2006

    Cumulatively, since we started tracking in May 2003, the top 10 jurisdictions from which visitors to IAS Plus come are United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Hong Kong, China, France, Australia, Malaysia, Italy, and The Netherlands.

  • Two publications from IFAC education board

    22 Aug 2006

    IFAC's International Accounting Education Standards Board has published two documents: Proposed new guidance outlining the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare professional accountants to perform competently in one or more information technology roles.

  • EU amends 4th and 7th directives

    20 Aug 2006

    > On 16 August 2006, the European Union published in the Official Journal of the EU a new Directive 2006/46/EC on the annual and consolidated accounts of certain types of companies, including banks, insurance undertakings, and other financial institutions.

  • IFRIC will meet 7-8 September 2006

    19 Aug 2006

    The International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee (IFRIC) will meet at the IASB's offices in London on Thursday 7 September and Friday 8 September 2006. The agenda will be announced shortly. .

  • Update on accounting standards in Morocco

    18 Aug 2006

    Following consultation with the banking and finance industry, the Central Bank of Morocco (Bank Al Maghrib) is developing a regulation that is expected to require Moroccan banks and other financial institutions to prepare their 2008 consolidated financial statements using International Financial Reporting Standards.