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Agenda for the October/November 2016 IFRS Advisory Council meeting

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06 Oct 2016

An agenda has been released for the upcoming meeting of the IFRS Advisory Council, which is being held in London on 31 October and 1 November 2016. Highlights of the meeting will be thorough discussions of the primary financial statements project and of key performance indicators for the IFRS Foundation.

A summary of the agenda is set out below:

Monday 31 October 2016

Morning session (09:30-13:15)

  • Welcome and Chairman's preview
  • IASB and IFRS Foundation activities
  • Primary financial statements research project
    • Introduction
    • Break-out sessions
  • The insurance contracts standard - implementation support

Afternoon session (14:30-17:30)

  • Members' communications
  • Trustee activities
  • Key performance indicators for the IFRS Foundation
    • Introduction
    • Break-out sessions

Tuesday 1 November 2016

Morning session (10:45-12:00)

  • Primary financial statements research project – report back from break-out sessions and plenary discussion

Afternoon session (14:00-15:15)

  • Key performance indicators for the IFRS Foundation – report back from break-out sessions and plenary discussion
  • Sum up discussions

Agenda papers for the meeting are available on the IASB website.

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