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Agenda for the June 2015 IFRS Advisory Council meeting

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08 May 2015

An agenda has been released for the upcoming meeting of the IFRS Advisory Council, which is being held in London on 9-10 June 2015. The meeting will focus on IASB activities, leases, the IFRS adoption experience in Japan, the IASB Agenda Consultation, the use of IFRS around the world, Trustee activities, and research activities.

A summary of the agenda (as at 6 May 2015) is set out below:

Tuesday 9 June 2015 (09:15-16:15)

  • Welcome and Chairman's introduction
  • Research Activities
    • Overview
    • Rate-regulated activities – agenda decision
    • High inflation – agenda decision
    • Foreign currency translation – agenda decision
  • IFRS adoption experience in Japan
  • IASB Agenda consultation – consultation on contents of request for views
  • Leases – steps after publication of the Standard
  • Trustee activities
    • Key issues – seeking input from the Council
    • EU Capital markets Union consultation

Wednesday 10 June 2015 (09:15-14:15)

  • IASB activities
    • Chairman's report
    • Work plan update
    • ASAF update
    • Other key issues – seeking input from the Council
  • Use of IFRS – jurisdictional filing requirements
  • Sum up discussions

Agenda papers for the meeting will be available in due course on the IASB website.

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