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Agenda for June 2021 joint CMAC-GPF meeting

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  • GPF (Global Preparers Forum) (mid blue) Image

01 Jun 2021

Representatives from the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) will meet with both the Capital Markets Advisory Council (CMAC) and Global Preparers Forum (GPF) by video conference on 10–11 June 2021. The agenda for the joint meeting has been released.

The full agenda for the meeting is sum­marised below:

Thursday, 10 June 2021 (11:00-15:25)

  • Welcome and in­struc­tions for virtual meeting
  • Third agenda consultation
    • Overview of the RFI.
    • Strategic direction and balance.
    • Criteria for assessing the priority of financial reporting issues that could be added to the work plan.
    • Financial reporting issues.
  • Targeted Standards level review of disclosures
    • Discussion on feedback on the proposed approach using the proposed amendments to IFRS 13 and IAS 19.

Friday, 11 June 2021 (11:00–14:45)

  • Management commentary
    • Obtaining views on whether the proposals for disclosure objectives for the areas of content have adequately identified the information needs of investors and creditors, and whether they provide preparers with a sufficient basis for meeting the information needs of investors and creditors.
  • IASB Update session

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

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