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Agenda for November 2014 Global Preparers Forum meeting

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23 Oct 2014

Representatives from the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) will meet with the Global Preparers Forum (GPF) in London on Thursday, 6 November 2014. The agenda for the meeting has been released, which includes updates from the IASB and IFRS Interpretations Committee, together with discussion on specific topics including research activities, emissions trading schemes, equity method of accounting and the disclosure initiative.

The full agenda for the meeting is summarised below:

Thursday, 6 November 2014 (10:00-17:00)

  • IASB update - including the Joint Revenue Transition Resource Group and an update on the leases project
  • IFRS Interpretations Committee update - including discussion on:
    • Foreign currency translation of revenue for goods/services delivered over time
    • Foreign exchange restrictions in hyperinflationary economies
    • Post-implementation review - IFRS 3 Business Combinations
  • Research activities - plans going forward
  • Emissions trading schemes - key issues to resolve
  • Equity method of accounting - practical difficulties in application
  • Disclosure initiative
    • Update on developments
    • Cohesiveness principle
    • Disclosure of cash flow information.

Agenda papers from this meeting are available on the IASB's website.

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