Access the unaccompanied Standards
The IFRS Foundation offers free access to the current year's consolidated unaccompanied English language Standards and official Interpretations (this includes IFRS, IAS*, IFRIC and SIC*). 'Unaccompanied' means without the Implementation Guidance and the Basis for Conclusions.
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- These are official pronouncements issued on 13 January 2016. This list includes Standards which have an effective date after 1 January 2016, but it doesn't include the Standards they will replace. We update this list of Standards every year in April/May, after we publish the latest Red Book.
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A summary of each standard is available in the ‘IFRS as Global Standards: a Pocket Guide’ which can be accessed free of charge here. A more detailed summary is available in the ‘2015 IFRS—A Briefing for Chief Executives, Audit Committees and Boards of Directors’ which is available to purchase from our shop.
Here are the unaccompanied IFRS Standards, IAS Standards and interpretations as of 1 January 2016:
*IAS and SIC are the Standards and Interpretations created by the predecessors of the IASB and the IFRS Interpretations Committee. These had been adopted by the IASB and the IFRS Interpretations Council when they took over in 2001 and therefore form part of the body of IFRS requirements.