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IFRS Foundation Trustees and Due Process Oversight Committee hold October 2020 meeting

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31 Oct 2020

The IFRS Foundation Trustees and the Due Process Oversight Committee (DPOC) met by video conference on 15 October 2020.

Meeting activities included the following:

  • Executive session:
    • Report of the Executive Director — The Trustees received a report from the Executive Director Lee White on activities since the last meeting.
    • Update on sustainability reporting — The Trustees discussed the initial reactions to the consultation paper on sustainability reporting that they published in September.
    • Committee reports — The Trustees discussed reports from the Business Process and Technology Committee, the Audit, Finance and Risk Committee, the Human Capital Committee, the Nominating Committee, and the DPOC. (A report of the DPOC meeting is attached to the meeting summary.)
  • IASB Chairman’s report — The Chair of the IASB noted the successful completion of time-sensitive amendments to IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts and to the financial instruments standards to address the effects of the ongoing IBOR reform, and updated the Trustees on the continuing discussion in the EU about endorsement of IFRS 17.

For more information, see the full summary on the IFRS Foundation Trustees’ and DPOC meeting on the IASB’s website.

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