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European Outreach on the IASB's main projects

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31 Mar 2011

The IASB intends to finalise its projects on revenue recognition, leases, insurance contracts and financial instruments in June 2011. The European National Standard Setters and the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) are organising outreach events throughout Europe in May 2011, in order to provide useful input to the IASB for completion of the projects and to ensure that the final standards are suitable for use in Europe.

The objective of the events is:

  • to familiarise European constituents with the tentative decisions that the IASB has made in the re-deliberation phase of these projects;
  • to find out whether those tentative decisions are solving major concerns expressed by the European constituents during the consultation phase; and
  • to identify whether changes made, compared to the proposals in the Exposure Drafts, give rise to any new major concerns.

An overview of the tentative dates and places is given below. Further information is available on EFRAG's website.

European Outreach on the IASB's main projects – tentative dates and places

  • Copenhagen: Tuesday 3 May 2011 (confirmed)
  • Helsinki: Monday 9 May 2011 (confirmed)
  • Frankfurt: Monday 9 May 2011 (to be confirmed)
  • London: Tuesday 10 May 2011 (to be confirmed)
  • Amsterdam: Tuesday 10 May 2011 (confirmed)
  • Rome: date to be confirmed

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