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2020 Agenda Consultation [Research]

Next steps:

The staff will conduct outreach in the last quarter of 2019 and in the first quarter of 2020 with a view to drawing up a detailed list of potential projects for inclusion in the request for information (RFI). The Board will determine the content of the RFI at its future meetings and expects to issue the RFI in the second half of 2020.

Last updated:

September 2019

Overview

The IASB is required to undertake a public consultation on its work plan every five years. The primary objective of the agenda consultation is to seek formal public input on the strategic direction and balance of the Board’s work plan.

Other developments

September 2019

The Board met on September 24, 2019 to discuss the staff’s proposed approach to the 2020 agenda consultation and to receive an oral update on the advice provided by the IFRS Advisory Council at its September 2019 meeting. The Board indicated its support for the staff’s proposed approach which is to conduct outreach before the Board publishes a request for information. The objective of the outreach is to develop full descriptions of potential projects to include in the request for information. The Board also indicated its support for the staff’s recommendation to provide a detailed list of potential projects in the request for information

 

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