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IASB and SAC meeting schedule for 2004

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27 Sep 2003

The International Accounting Standards Board will meet monthly (except August) in 2004, including three meetings with the Standards Advisory Council (SAC).

The following is the meeting schedule for the balance of 2003 and 2004. In the future you can find it by clicking "Future IASB Meetings" at the left:

I A S B and S A C M E E T I N G S 2 0 0 3

Toronto, Canada

20 and 22-24 October 2003Meeting will include joint sessions with the US Financial Accounting Standards Board and the Accounting Standards Board of Canada

London, UK

17-19 November 2003 20-21 November Meeting with Standards Advisory Council

London, UK

17-19 December 2003

I A S B and S A C M E E T I N G S 2 0 0 4

London, UK

21-23 January 2004

London, UK

18-20 February 2004 23-24 February 2004 Meeting with Standards Advisory Council

London, UK

17-19 March 2004

London, UK

21-23 April 2004 26-27 April 2004 Meeting with chairs of Partner National Standard Setters

London, UK

19-21 May 2004

Oslo, Norway

21-23 June 2004 24-25 June 2004 Meeting with Standards Advisory Council

London, UK

21-23 July 2004

London, UK

22-24 September 2004 27 September 2004 Meeting with World Standard Setters 28 September 2004 Meeting with chairs of Partner National Standard Setters

Norwalk, Connecticut, USA

20-22 October 2004

London, UK

15-17 November 2004 18-19 November 2004 Meeting with Standards Advisory Council

London, UK

15-17 December 2004

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