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Revised agenda for IASC Foundation trustees meeting

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20 Oct 2007

Two items have been added to the agenda for the 31 October 2007 public portion of the meeting of the Trustees of the International Accounting Standards Committee Foundation, which we had originally reported in our news story of 15 October 2007.

The two new items are:

  • IFRIC Constitutional Change (proposal to increase the size of IFRIC from 12 to 14 members)
  • Report of the SAC Chairman
The meeting will be held at the offices of Morgan Stanley, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. The revised public agenda is as follows:

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New York City, Public Portion, Afternoon of 31 October 2007 (13:15-17:00pm)


  • Approval of July Minutes
  • Report of the Procedures Committee
    • Feedback from September meeting with IASB
    • IFRIC Constitutional change
    • Discussion of IASB consultation initiatives (feedback statements and cost benefit analyses)
    • New Committee name
  • Report of the IASB Chairman
    • Review of convergence activities (United States, Japan, China, and India)
    • 2008 goals
    • Discussion of Proposed Agenda Items
    • Discussion of any implications of sub-prime and liquidity crisis for IFRSs
  • Report of the SAC Chairman
    • Update on SAC Effectiveness Survey
    • Plans for Upcoming SAC Meeting
  • Update on long-term funding

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