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2011

IASB meeting — 1 November 2011
IASB meeting — 4 May 2011, London
IASB meeting — 6 April 2011, London
IASB meeting — 7 November 2011
The IASB held a supplemental Board meeting on 7 November 2011 to discuss the effective date of IFRS 9. Seven Board members met in London, with four members joining remotely. The remaining Board members were unavailable to attend.
IASB meeting — 14-18 March 2011 (London) – 21-23 March 2011 (Norwalk)
IASB meeting — 15-18 February 2011, London
IASB meeting — 18-21 January 2011, London
IASB meeting — 19-20 October 2011, Norwalk, CT, USA
IASB meeting — 27 April 2011, London
IASB meeting — 28 July 2011
IASB meeting — 29 March 2011, London
IASB meeting — 31 May–2 June 2011
IASB meeting — 11–12 May 2011
IASB meeting — 1–2 February 2011
IASB meeting — 1–2 March 2011
IASB meeting — 12–15 April 2011
IASB meeting — 13–15 June 2011
IASB meeting — 13–16 December 2011
The IASB and FASB held a joint Board meeting on 15-16 November 2011. The IASB met in London, with one Board member joining remotely, while the FASB joined via teleconference from Norwalk, Connecticut.
IASB meeting — 15–16 November 2011
The IASB and FASB held a joint Board meeting on 15-16 November 2011. The IASB met in London, with one Board member joining remotely, while the FASB joined via teleconference from Norwalk, Connecticut.
IASB meeting — 17–19 May 2011
IASB meeting — 19–22 September 2011
IASB meeting — 20–22 July 2011

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