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IASB and Deloitte to debate IAS 39 proposals

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01 Aug 2009

On 6 August 2009 Deloitte will be hosting a live webcast challenging the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) on their proposals to replace IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement.

This free event will:
  • bring you up to date on the IASB's project to replace IAS 39 and their 14 July 2009 exposure draft (ED) Financial Instruments: Classification and Measurement;
  • debate the key features of the ED and challenge the conclusions and practicalities; and
  • give you the opportunity to put your questions to the IASB Board and staff members leading the project and Deloitte's leading financial instrument accounting experts.
The proposals will have widespread impact if finalised and therefore the webcast will be of interest to all that report under IFRS or plan to adopt IFRS. Comments are due 14 September 2009. Details of the webcasts:
  • Webcast topic: IAS 39 – The Sequel
  • Date and Time: Thursday, 6 August 2009 from 14:00 to 15:00 London time (GMT +1 hour)
  • Presenters: John Smith, IASB Board member; Gavin Francis, IASB Director of Capital Markets; Sue Lloyd, IASB Senior Technical Consultant; Jens Berger, IASB Practice Fellow; Veronica Poole, Deloitte, Head of UK IFRS Centre of Excellence; Andrew Spooner, Deloitte, Lead Financial Instrument Partner
For those unable to attend the live event a recording will be available subsequently on www.iasplus.com.

 

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