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IASB Board Meeting 17-19 March 2004 London, United Kingdom

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Location: London

Agenda Topics - IASB Meeting March 2004 As Announced

 

  • Accounting and Financial Reporting by Small and Medium-sized Entities
  • Business Combinations Phase I
  • Consolidation
  • Financial Instruments - Fair Value Option
  • Financial Instruments - Fair Value Hedge Accounting of a Portfolio Hedge of Interest Rate Risk (Macro Hedging)
  • Convergence - IAS 37 Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets
  • Convergence - IAS 12 Income Taxes
  • IFRIC Issues
  • Post-employment Benefits
  • Reporting Comprehensive Income
  • Revenue Recognition

 

Agenda Wednesday 17 March

 

  • Business Combinations Phase I
  • Financial Instruments - Fair Value Option
  • Financial Instruments - Fair Value Hedge Accounting of a Portfolio Hedge of Interest Rate Risk (Macro Hedging)
  • Convergence - IAS 37 Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets
  • IFRIC Issues - Including pension plans with minimum guaranteed return Agenda Thursday 18 March 2004
  • Post-employment Benefits
  • Convergence - IAS 12 Income Taxes
  • Consolidation
  • Reporting Comprehensive Income
  • Revenue Recognition Agenda Friday 19 March 2004
  • Accounting and Financial Reporting by Small and Medium-sized Entities
  • IFRIC issues - Including approval of an IFRIC Interpretation Changes in Existing Decommissioning and Similar Liabilities and proposed draft amendments to IAS 41 Agriculture

 

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