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Agenda published for the April 2015 IFRS Foundation Trustees meeting

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07 Apr 2015

The agenda for the public session of the upcoming meeting of the IFRS Foundation Trustees, which will be held in Toronto, Canada on 14-16 April 2015, is now available. The Trustees' Due Process Oversight Committee will also meet during this time.

The agendas for the two public sessions of the meeting are summarised below:

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Due Process Oversight Committee meeting (13:00–14:45 EDT (local time); 18:00–19:45 BST)

  • Introduction
  • Update on technical activities
  • Leases: due process ‘lifecycle’ review
  • Post-Implementation Review of IFRS 3 Business Combinations: draft report and feedback statement
  • Education materials: update
  • Consultative groups and DPOC engagement update
  • Correspondence update
  • Summary

Thursday, 16 April 2015

IFRS Foundation Trustees meeting (12:15–1:15 EDT (local time); 17:15–18:15 BST)

  • Report of the Chair of the IFRS Foundation Trustees
  • Report of the IASB Chair
  • Report of the Due Process Oversight Committee

Agenda papers for the meeting are available on the IASB's website (DPOC meeting papers are included as agenda paper 3).

The Trustees meeting will also include various other events, including a webinar, a speech by IASB Chairman Hans Hoogervorst and a panel discussion. More information on the planned activities are available on the website of the Canadian Accounting Standards Board (see decision summary of the March 2015 meeting under "IFRS Foundation Trustees".)

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