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Attend the IFRS Discussion Group meeting in Toronto — from anywhere in the world. Virtual observers will be able to see and hear the discussion along with those attending in person.
The Accounting Standards Board (AcSB) established the IFRS Discussion Group as a public forum. We want to make sure Canadian stakeholders can attend, no matter your availability and budgets. We are once again livestreaming our upcoming meeting on January 10 in Toronto.
The AcSB is an independent body with the authority to establish accounting standards for use by all Canadian entities outside the public sector.
We serve the public interest by establishing standards for financial reporting by all Canadian private sector entities and by contributing to the development of internationally accepted financial reporting standards.
The IFRS Discussion Group:
To register as a meeting observer, in person or via livestream, visit the Upcoming IFRS Discussion Group Meeting page.
Observe the meeting online from the comfort of your office, home, or anywhere else you may be, in Canada or internationally. All you need is a stable internet connection and audio capability on the computer or mobile device you use to watch and listen.
This meeting may be eligible for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours. We encourage you to connect with your CPA provincial body regarding potential CPD hours.
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