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Agenda for IASB September meeting is posted

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26 Aug 2004

The International Accounting Standards Board will meet on Tuesday through Friday, 21-24 September 2004, in London.

The meeting will be the first to adopt the IASB's new meeting framework, which includes both educational (non-decision-making) and deliberative sessions. In the agenda shown below, all sessions are deliberative unless marked educational. The Board will also meet on Monday morning 27 September 2004 and then again on Wednesday morning 29 September 2004 with the chairs of its eight liaison standard-setting bodies. Further, the Board will host a meeting of representatives of over 30 world accounting standard setters on the afternoon of Monday 27 September 2004 and continuing all day Tuesday 28 September 2004.

AGENDA OF THE IASB MEETING 21-24 SEPTEMBER 2004

Tuesday 21 September

Wednesday 22 September

  • Morning: Educational session on Insurance
  • Afternoon: Accounting Concepts – initial consideration of this topic
  • Afternoon: Business Combinations Phase II – Issues related to the proposed fair value hierarchy and combinations involving mutual entities

Thursday 23 September

Friday 24 September

MEETINGS WITH STANDARD SETTERS 27-29 SEPTEMBER 2004

Monday 27 September 2004

  • Morning: Meeting with national standard-setters
  • Afternoon: Meeting with world standard-setters
Tuesday 28 September 2004
  • All day: Meeting with world standard-setters
Wednesday 29 September 2004
  • Morning: Meeting with national standard-setters

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