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Calendar of important dates

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26 Aug 2003

IASB watchers returning from their summer holidays may find the following recap of upcoming dates helpful: 17-19 September: IASB Board meeting, London 22 September: Meeting of the IASB and World Standard Setters, London 23 September: Meeting of the IASB and its partner national standard setters, London 30 September-1 October: Meeting of the IFRIC, London 22-24 October, IASB Board meeting, Toronto 24 October: Comment deadline on ED 4, Disposal of Non-Current Assets and Reporting of Discontinued Operations 31 October: Comment deadline on ED 5, Insurance Contracts 14 November: Comment deadline on ED, Hedge Accounting for a Portfolio Hedge of Interest Rate Risk .

IASB watchers returning from their summer holidays may find the following recap of upcoming dates helpful:

  • 17-19 September: IASB Board meeting, London
  • 22 September: Meeting of the IASB and World Standard Setters, London
  • 23 September: Meeting of the IASB and its partner national standard setters, London
  • 30 September-1 October: Meeting of the IFRIC, London
  • 22-24 October, IASB Board meeting, Toronto
  • 24 October: Comment deadline on ED 4, Disposal of Non-Current Assets and Reporting of Discontinued Operations
  • 31 October: Comment deadline on ED 5, Insurance Contracts
  • 14 November: Comment deadline on ED, Hedge Accounting for a Portfolio Hedge of Interest Rate Risk

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