IASB RFI – Third Agenda Consultation
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has recently published a Request for Information seeking views on what the financial reporting issues it should prioritise over the next 5 years.
The IASB is also asking for views on the strategic direction and balance of its activities, for example: how much time it should spend on developing new IFRS Standards compared with supporting consistent application of existing IFRS Standards.
The feedback received will help the IASB determine its activities and work plan for 2022 to 2026.
Some of the IASB’s capacity from 2022 to 2026 will be allocated to completing projects already underway and to post-implementation reviews that assess whether recently issued IFRS Standards are working as intended. However, the IASB also expects to have capacity to take on some new projects.
The future activities and work plan of the IASB is important to New Zealand because the for-profit accounting standards issued by the XRB are based on IFRS Standards.
[link to IFRS Foundation website]
Commenting on the Request for Information
The New Zealand Accounting Standards Board (NZASB) encourages you to read the Request for Information and to comment on the proposals.
The deadline for comments to the NZASB is 7 July 2021 and to the IASB is 27 September 2021.
You can respond to the RFI by filling in our online survey.
[This survey has now closed]
Or, you can send your comments—both formal and informal—to the NZASB using the upload form below.
We also encourage you to send comments directly to the IASB, with a copy to the NZASB. Your comments can be made electronically to the IASB website by clicking on the following link https://www.ifrs.org/projects/open-for-comment/. First-time users must register to submit electronically. [insert the correct link]
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