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IASB meeting — 19-23 July 2010, London

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Location: London

About meeting notes

IASB The IASB and the FASB met in London with the FASB joining the meeting via video link. The IASB Chairman welcomed two new Board members, Dr Elke König and Paul Pacter at their first Board meeting they attended as IASB members.

Agenda for the meeting

Monday 19 July 2010

IASB-FASB joint meeting (13:00-19:00)

  • Leases
  • Insurance contracts

Tuesday 20 July 2010

IASB meeting (10:45-16:45)

  • Derecognition
  • Rate-regulated activities
  • Income taxes

Wednesday 21 July 2010

IASB meeting (09:00-13.15)

  • IFRS Interpretations Committee (IFRIC) update
  • Amendments to IFRS 1 - Fixed dates
  • Annual improvements
  • Conceptual framework - Measurement
  • IFRS Advisory Council update

IASB-FASB joint meeting (13.15-14.30)

  • Leases (continued from Monday 19 July)

IASB meeting (14.30-17.00)

  • Leases
  • Financial instruments with characteristics of equity

Thursday 22 July 2010

IASB meeting (09:00-11.15)

  • Leases (continued)
  • Hedge accounting

IASB-FASB joint meeting (12.00-14.00)

  • Insurance contracts (IASB/FASB)
  • Leases

IASB meeting (14.15-17:30)

  • Rate-regulated activities
  • Consolidation
  • IAS 29 – Reporting in accordance with IFRS after a period of chronic hyperinflation

Friday 23 July 2010

IASB meeting (09:00-13:15)

  • Hedge accounting
  • Fair value option
  • Impairment

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