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IVSC Financial Instruments Board consults on future agenda

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08 Aug 2019

The International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) has published a consultation document seeking feedback regarding the approach its newly established Financial Instruments Board should take, and the prioritisation of that work.

The Standards Review Board of the IVSC recognised the need to develop guidance for the valuation of financial instruments and created IVS 500 as a holding chapter on financial instruments, which was initially released as part of IVS 2017.

In December 2018, the IVSC Financial Instruments Board was formed and met for the first time in April 2019. At that meeting, the Board agreed to significantly modify and enhance the existing financial instrument standard IVS 500 and, as a first step, to publish a consultation document to obtain feedback from stakeholders on how to modify and enhance the existing standard.

The consultation document now released solicits feedback about the valuation topics the IVSC and its newly established Board for financial instruments should address as part of its current agenda and additional financial instruments valuation topics that stakeholders feel should be prioritised or added to IVSC’s agenda.

Please click to access the consultation document through the press release on the IVSC website. Comments are requested by 19 September 2019.

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