EFRAG solicits literature review on possible effects of IFRS 9 on equity portfolios

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12 Jul, 2017

The European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) calls for an academic literature review on the effects of IFRS 9 'Financial Instruments' on long-term investment decisions.

EFRAG has already developed a questionnaire for European issuers on the same topic and now wants to support that impression with an academic perspective. The research goes back to a request of the European Commission.

More information is available on the EFRAG website. Proposals should be submitted to EFRAG by 15 September 2017.

*Update12 September 2017- The deadline was extended to 9 October 2017.  Further information is available on the EFRAG website here*

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