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IFRS Foundation Trustees meeting and the Monitoring Board meeting with the IFRS Foundation Trustees — April 2013

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Location: London

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The IFRS Foundation Trustees and the Monitoring Board held meetings in London on 11 April 2013. The Monitoring Board meeting was with the Trustees consisted of a review of the Monitoring Board, an update from the IASB on recent developments, an update on ASAF, financials and funding, DPOC activities, and transparency. The Trustees meeting consisted of a reports from Mr Hoogervorst (IASB Chair), Mr. Prada (IFRS Foundation Chair), and the DPOC.

Agenda for the meeting

 

Thursday, 11 April 2013

Meeting of the Monitoring Board with the IFRS Foundation Trustees (09:30-11:00)

  • Update from the Monitoring Board — Monitoring Board governance review
  • Update from the IASB — Update on IASB developments, including IASB-FASB convergence projects
  • Update from the IFRS Foundation
    • Accounting Standards Advisory Forum (ASAF)
    • Update on financials
    • Funding
    • Recent Due Process Oversight Committee activities
    • Profiles project
  • Transparency

    Meeting of the IFRS Foundation Trustees (11:15-13:00)

    • Report of the IFRS Foundation Chair
    • Report of the IASB Chair and Senior Technical Directors
    • Report of the Due Process Oversight Committee

     

    Agenda papers for this meeting are available on the IASB's website.

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