29 Jul. 2013
AASB to host Roundtable Discussions on IASB Proposals Relating to Insurance Contracts
You are invited to participate in an AASB Roundtable to discuss the IASB’s Exposure Draft ED/2013/7 Insurance Contracts (IASB ED). The model proposed in ED/2013/7 includes some significant differences from the model proposed in the IASB’s ED/2010/8 Insurance Contracts issued in August 2010 (and incorporated in AASB ED 201 of the same name). AASB Exposure Draft ED 244 Insurance Contracts includes the revised IASB ED.
The purpose of the Roundtables is to provide a forum for constituents and Board members to discuss the proposals included in the IASB’s ED. It is also expected that the Roundtables will assist the AASB and its constituents in formulating their submissions to the IASB.
The IASB will participate in the Sydney Roundtable via videoconference. Details of other IASB outreach activities on Insurance Contracts in the region can be found here.
An agenda and discussion points for the Roundtables will be based on the questions in the IASB ED. The IASB ED and supporting documents can be found on the IASB’s Insurance Contracts project page.
Date: Tuesday 3 September 2013, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Level 10, Sydney Room
Darling Park Tower 2
201 Sussex Street
Melbourne and Auckland
Date: Thursday 12 September 2013, 9:00am – 11:00am
Venue - Melbourne:
Ken Spencer Boardroom
Australian Accounting Standards Board
Level 7, 600 Bourke Street
Venue – Auckland:
New Zealand Accounting Standards Board
Level 12, 55 Shortland Street
There will be room for only 20 participants at each of the Sydney and Melbourne venues and only 6 participants at the Auckland venue. A further 15 can attend as observers in Sydney and Melbourne. Please note there is a limit of two attendees per organisation for Sydney and Melbourne and one attendee per organisation for Auckland.
To register your interest in attending the Roundtables please email Kathleen John at email@example.com for Sydney and Melbourne, or Clive Brodie at Clive.Brodie@xrb.govt.nz for Auckland by Friday 23 August 2013 with the following details.
- Contact phone number
- Nominate whether you wish to participate or observe
- Nominate preferred location (whether Melbourne, Sydney or Auckland)
An agenda and discussion points will be provided upon registration.