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About meeting notes

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21 Feb 2012

We maintain a comprehensive and independent record of meetings of the International Accounting Standards Board, IFRS Interpretations Committee and other related bodies. This page provides background to our meeting notes.

As an independent source, our meeting summaries are based on notes taken by observers at the relevant meeting and should not be regarded as an official or final summary.

IASB meetings

The IASB publishes summaries of the deliberations at Board meetings in its newsletter IASB Update. The IASB also provides audio summaries of Board meetings, project updates and other useful information ('podcasts'). Past issues of IASB Update and prior podcasts are available on the IASB's website. On individual project pages on the IASB website you will find links to observer notes and excerpts from IASB Update relating to that project.

IFRS Interpretations Committee meetings

The IFRIC publishes summaries of the deliberations at IFRIC meetings in its newsletter IFRIC Update. Past issues of IFRIC Update are available on IASB's website.

Other meetings

We also provide Deloitte observer notes from other meetings and conferences. In each case, the Deloitte observer notes should not be considered an official summary of the meeting.  Readers should refer to official documentation (where available) for such meetings.

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