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New IASB website launched

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Jun 12, 2017

On June 12, 2017, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) launched its redesigned and restructured website. Here's a brief overview of the new structure.

The new website follows a strict access to projects through the work plan. The work plan itself can be filtered by kind of project (research, standard-setting, maintenance) and by project name, project type and projects with documents that are open for comment. Under each project you can then filter for project stage, news, meeting notes, published documents etc.

Here is a list of links to the most frequently sought after sub pages on the IASB's website:

For historical information, the IASB has also set up an archive. However, that archived information will not be updated anymore and it is not clear how long the archive will remain available.

The IASB has currently set a 2014 cut-off date for its new website.

With the IASB moving to a completely restructured website, most of the links and bookmarks you have saved will be broken. We have replaced our links with links to the IASB archive for all historical information. However, on the both sites you might come across broken links.

Review the IASB press release and the 'getting started' page, which will give you more information about how to use and navigate the new site.

Correction list for hyphenation

These words serve as exceptions. Once entered, they are only hyphenated at the specified hyphenation points. Each word should be on a separate line.