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'EFRAG Updates' for November and December

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24 Dec 2014

The European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) has published the first EFRAG Updates following the reforms to its governance arrangements.

Following the governance reforms effective 31 October 2014 the format of the EFRAG Updates has changed. The updates are now published at the end of each month, and they are structured by meeting.

The November 2014 EFRAG Update reports on the meeting of the EFRAG Board on 21 November, the meeting of the EFRAG Technical Expert Group (EFRAG TEG) on 6 and 7 November, and the meeting of the EFRAG Consultative Forum of Standard Setters (EFRAG CFSS) on 25 November. Apart from technical discussions around IASB projects, the November Update features an overview of the Board discussions around EFRAG governance, the EFRAG work plan, and the approach to endorsement. Please click to download the November EFRAG Update from the EFRAG website.

The December 2014 EFRAG Update reports on the meeting of the EFRAG Board on 17 December and the meeting of the EFRAG Technical Expert Group (EFRAG TEG) on 2 and 3 December. Apart from technical discussions around IASB projects, the December Update reports on the EFRAG Board's discussions around the endorsement of IFRS 9 Financial Instruments and IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers.  Please click to download the December EFRAG Update from the EFRAG website.

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