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IASB webcasts on fair value measurement ED

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23 Jun 2009

On Tuesday 30 June 2009, the IASB will host two live webcasts to introduce its 28 May 2009 exposure draft Fair Value Measurement.

The ED proposes guidance on how fair value should be measured where it is required by existing standards. It does not propose to extend the use of fair value measurements in any way. It would add disclosure requirements about how fair values were determined. The proposed definition of fair value (FV) is identical to the definition in US FASB Statement 157, and the supporting guidance is also largely consistent with US GAAP. Comment deadline is 28 September 2009. The webcasts will include presentations followed by a Q&A session where registered participants can send in questions for the IASB staff to answer. Each webcast, including the question and answer session, is expected to last around one hour. Details of the webcasts:
  • Webcast Topic: Exposure Draft on Fair Value Measurement
  • Date: Tuesday, 30 June 2009
  • Times: 9:30am (London time) and again at 3:30pm (London time)
  • Presenters: Stephen Cooper, Member of the Board; Hilary Eastman, Project Manager; and Henri Venter, Assistant Project Manager,
  • Project Page on IASB Website – with links to register for the webcast
  • Project Page on IAS Plus

 

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