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FASB webcast on IFRS convergence

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21 Feb 2008

The US Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) will conduct the second in a series of periodic webcasts focusing on topics of importance to its constituents.

It is scheduled for Thursday 13 March 2008, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EDT) and will focus on FASB's Accounting Standards Codification. Viewers will have the opportunity to email questions to panelists during the event. The webcast will be archived on the FASB website for access by the public.

FASB webcast on Accounting Standards Codification:

  • Title of Webcast: The Move to Codification of US GAAP
  • Date and Time: 13 March 2008, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (US EDT)
  • Panelists: Larry Smith, a member of the FASB, and Tom Hoey, project director for the FASB codification project. Jay Hanson, National Director of Accounting for McGladrey & Pullen, will moderate the program.
  • Topic: The panelists will discuss and demonstrate the use of the FASB Accounting Standards Codification. The Codification is an on-line research system that organises by topic all authoritative US GAAP. The Codification is in the verification phase, which means that it is not yet authoritative. During the verification phase, constituents are encouraged to use and provide feedback.
  • Email Notification Service: To subscribe to an email notification service for future FASB webcasts, send an email to Join-fasb-webcast@listserv.lists.fasb.org. (It is not necessary to include any additional information in the subject line or body of your email.)

 

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