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Agenda for February 2014 IFRS Advisory Council meeting

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Feb 03, 2014

An agenda is available for the upcoming IFRS Advisory Council meeting to be held in London on February 24−25, 2014. In addition to updates on the activities of the Council, IFRS Foundation, and IASB, the meeting will focus on the Council's role in promoting the adoption of IFRSs, the way forward in the IASB's leases project, and the future of corporate reporting. A number of other topics will also be discussed.

The agenda for the meeting is summarised below:

Monday, February 24, 2014 (10:0017:15)

  • Welcome and vice-chairmen's introduction
  • Key strategic issues
  • Overview of the past four months
  • IASB activities
    • Key issues
    • Accounting Standards Advisory Forum (ASAF) update
    • Conceptual Framework
    • Standards applicable in the current year
  • Trustee activities
  • Role and composition of the IFRS Advisory Council
    • IFRS Advisory Council self-review
    • Role with respect to promotion and adoption of IFRSs (includes break-out discussions)
  • Leases the way forward

 

Tuesday, February 25, 2014 (08:4516:45)

  • Leases the way forward (includes break-out sessions)
  • IFRS education initiative update on five-year plan
  • Future of corporate reporting (includes break-out sessions)
    • Relationship with sustainability reporting and integrated reporting
    • Digital reporting
    • IASB's role
  • Investor outreach strategy
  • Sum up of discussions

 

Agenda papers for this meeting will be made available on the IASB's Web site in due course.

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