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Two-year extension to its 2011-2014 Strategic Plan [Completed]

Effective date:

The two year period ending March 31, 2016.

Last updated:

April 2015


After deliberating the responses received to its Invitation to Comment issued in June 2013, the AcSB approved a two-year extension to its 2011-2014 Strategic Plan. 

The respondents agreed that the broad policy objectives set out in the 2011-2014 Strategic Plan should continue to guide the AcSB in carrying out its standard-setting mandate. The extension allows the AcSB to conduct its previously planned strategic initiative later than originally intended.  The additional time enables the AcSB to gather feedback from entities that adopted the new accounting frameworks later than anticipated and to learn from stakeholders’ experiences with the new sets of standards, including the experiences of many who will have worked with the standards in practice for more than one fiscal year. 

Other developments

April 2015

On April 29, 2015, the AcSB posted its Annual Plan for 2015-2016 to its website. The Annual Plan sets out the AcSB’s objectives and planned activities for publicly accountable enterprises, private enterprises and not-for-profit organizations, along with other initiatives to be undertaken in 2015-2016.

April 2014

On April 17, 2014, the AcSB posted the amended strategic plan to its website.

December 2013

In December 2013, the AcSB approved a two-year extension to its 2011-2014 Strategic Plan.

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