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IASB proposes reforms to its own due process

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25 Mar 2004

The IASB has initiated an internal review of its own deliberative procedures alongside the Trustees' Constitution Review now under way.

As part of its internal review, the IASB has published a consultation paper, Strengthening the IASB's Deliberative Processes, inviting public comment on certain proposed improvements to its procedures. Comment deadline is 25 June 2004. The consultation paper cites some steps already taken by the Board to improve its due process and sets out the Board's preliminary views on some further changes:

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