Revenue Recognition Outreach Meetings in Brazil and Malaysia

Sarah Woodman, Global events journalist
March 20, 2012 /

A series of outreach meetings on the revenue recognition proposals and the IASB’s agenda consultation process will be held in São Paulo (Brazil) on 27-28 March 2012 and in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) on 30 March 2012.

The Brazil discussion forum and meetings will be held at the IBRACON auditorium:
Rua Maestro Cardim, 1170, 8th Floor.

Those meetings begin with a discussion forum at 9am – 11am (São Paulo time) on Tuesday 27 March, at which Amaro Gomes (IASB member) and staff from the IASB and the FASB will discuss the 2011 exposure draft Revenue from Contracts with Customers and the IASB’s agenda consultation.

Following the discussion forum, separate meetings will be held during Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss the application of the revenue proposals to particular industries and transactions (such as banking, real estate, telecommunications and service concessions) as well as to discuss the proposals with audit professionals.

For more information about the discussion forum and other meetings or to register to attend either the discussion forum or those other meetings, please email Leandro Pellizzaro (facpc@facpc.org.br).

The IASB staff will lead the discussion in the Kuala Lumpur meeting by providing a brief update on the status of the revenue project and summarising the main themes from other outreach activities undertaken to date. The majority of the meeting will be set aside for participants to ask questions and provide their views on the boards’ revenue proposals.

The outreach meeting will be held at Shangri-La Hotel, 11 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

To register to attend the meeting, you may send an email to Elissa Yeoh (elissa.yeoh@masb.org.my).

In the email, indicate your name, your organisation, and the main type of interest you are representing (eg investor, auditor, preparer etc).

Please note that the meeting room can accommodate a limited number of attendees. Depending on the number of responses received, it may not be possible to accommodate all requests to attend.

 

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