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Standards for Non-Publicly Accountable Entities (NPAEs)

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At the February meeting, the Board expressed general agreement with a project plan proposed by the staff. The plan includes organising round-table meetings with preparers and users of NPAE financial statements and others to discuss possible recognition and measurement modifications of IFRSs in standards for NPAEs. To identify the issues for discussion at those round-table meetings, the plan includes sending a questionnaire to those who responded to the Discussion Paper, SAC, and the NPAE working group. The Board agreed to request comments from any other interested parties as well.

The staff intend to have the responses to this questionnaire in time for the SAC meeting in the 3rd week of June and the working group discussions thereafter.

The Board discussed and agreed on changes to be made to the questionnaire as regards its structure and wording. In addition to the content of the questionnaire, the Board decided that respondents should be requested to provide information about their entities that would allow the IASB to gauge the size of the entity (such as number of employees, revenue, etc.) and thereby to assist with the interpretation of the responses.

The staff will finalise the questionnaire with the Board NPAE sub-committee before distributing it for public comment.

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