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FAF, FASB React to SEC Statement on Global Accounting Stds, Work Plan

Feb 27th 2010
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The Financial Accounting Foundation and the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued a statement today in reaction to the SEC's Commission Statement in Support of Convergence and Global Accounting Standards, issued on Wednesday.

The FAF and FASB state that they "support the SEC’s view that a single set of high-quality globally accepted accounting standards will benefit U.S. investors, "and "support the SEC’s further consideration of the issues identified in the [SEC's] 'Work Plan' in making its determination on whether and how to transition the current financial reporting system for U.S. issuers to a system incorporating International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)." Additionally, they state, "As the FASB aims to complete in 2011 the important projects identified in our MoU with the IASB, we expect 2010 to be a pivotal year of progress... The FASB will continue to address reporting issues of critical importance to U.S. investors and financial markets while pursuing the international standard setting agenda." For futher details, read the FAF-FASB statement.

See also our related posts: FEI Recommends Three-Year Implementation Period For Suite of New Standards Coming Under FASB-IASB MOU; SEC Reaffirms - Contingent on 'Work Plan' and Convergence - Will Decide On IFRS In 2011; FEI, Other Organizations React To SEC Statement On IFRS


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