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IASB Meeting with National Standard Setters 24-25 April 2003 Held at Painters' Hall, 9 Little Trinity Lane, London EC4V 2AD

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Location: London

Agenda of the IASB Meeting with National Standard Setters 24 and 25 April 2003

Thursday 24 April 2003

  • IAS 32/39 Roundtable debriefing
  • Reporting performance — Discussion of developments in the IASB/ASB project to revise the presentation of the income statement.
  • Partnership working arrangements - future roles
  • Research project reports — The meeting will receive reports on the following research projects:
    • Management discussion and analysis (NZ - FRSB)
    • Service concession arrangements (UK - ASB)
    • Revaluation of tangible and intangible assets (FRSB and ASB)
    • Intangibles including research and development (AU - AASB)
    • Small and medium-sized entities and emerging economies (IASB)

 

Friday 25 April 2003

  • Research project reports — The meeting will receive reports on the following research projects:
    • Extractive industries
    • Measurement objectives — Discussion of a draft report prepared by the staff of the Accounting Standards Board (Canada).
  • Project priorities and planning — The Board will discuss its current agenda, including comments from national standard-setters on it annual agenda survey.
  • Convergence: review of progress — The Board will review progress on convergence issues, including those with US GAAP.
  • Insurance Contracts: review of progress — The Board will review progress on its insurance contracts projects, focusing on Phase I issues.

 

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