Experts Talk! Proposed Accounting Model for Regulatory Assets and Regulatory Liabilities
Regulatory Assets and Regulatory Liabilities
Join AcSB Chair Linda Mezon as she moderates a virtual panel discussion featuring IASB member Tom Scott and other experts from the financial reporting community. Attendees will hear what experts have to say about the IFRS Standards proposed accounting model for regulatory assets and regulatory liabilities and how the model compares to U.S. GAAP. The event will include an interactive Q&A session that attendees can take part in and share views!
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