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More details on the April Board meeting agenda

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11 Apr 2005

Our news story of 8 April 2005 reported the agenda for the IASB's April Board meeting on Tuesday 19 April 2005 and the agenda for its joint meeting with the US FASB on Thursday 21 April 2005. On Wednesday 20 April 2005, the Board will meet with its liaison national standard-setters.

Here is the agenda for that meeting.

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19-21 April 2005, London

Tuesday 19 April 2005

IASB Board Meeting Location: IASB Offices, 30 Cannon Street, London

Agenda: See news story of 8 April 2005

Wednesday 20 April 2005

Meeting of the IASB and the Liaison National Standard Setters Location: The Council Room, One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA

  • Matters Arising from Liaison Standard-Setters Meeting
    • Role of National Standard Setters
    • Proposed MoU
    • Technical Matters
    • Other Matters
  • Interpretations
  • IFRIC Review of Operations and Implications for National Standard Setters
  • Interpretation and Guidance
  • Future Work Programme and Priorities of IASB
  • Planning for the Conceptual Framework Project
  • Participation by National Standard Setters in Project Teams and Processes

Thursday 21 April 2005

Meeting of the IASB and the US FASB Location: The Council Room, One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA

Agenda: See news story of 8 April 2005

The combined agenda is Here.

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