Request for Views and comment letters—2011 Agenda Consultation


Through the agenda consultation the IASB is seeking the input from all interested parties on the strategic direction and the broad overall balance of the work plan. The agenda consultation will provide the Board with important input when considering possible agenda items

Since the creation of the IASB in 2001, IFRSs have increasingly become the internationally accepted financial reporting language around the world. As the number of jurisdictions applying IFRSs increases, stakeholders have identified new accounting issues for consideration by the IASB.

The IASB's agenda consultation document asks deliberately open questions to gather the input on the IASB's future work programme from all those involved in or affected by financial reporting. In particular, the IASB is seeking input on how it should balance the development of financial reporting with the maintenance of IFRSs and - considering time and resource constraints - what are the areas of financial reporting that should be given the highest priority for further improvement.

Hans Hoogervorst, Chairman of the IASB, wrote an open letter calling for feedback on the IASB's work programme.

The letter has been translated in a number of languages; to read it, click on your language below:

Arabic Chinese English French German
Japanese Korean Portuguese Russian Spanish

The deadline for comments was 30 November 2011.


Comment letters are public and all comment letters received on the due process document can be accessed below.

If you have trouble finding a specific comment letter, please contact us.

Access individual comment letters in the table below or download all letters as zip file.

ID Submitter

This website uses cookies. You can view which cookies are used by viewing the details in our privacy policy.