NZASB ED 2018-3
2018 Omnibus Amendments to PBE Standards
Tier 1 and Tier 2
The New Zealand Accounting Standards Board (NZASB) has published for public comment NZASB ED 2018-3 2018 Omnibus Amendments to PBE Standards (ED 2018-3).
The proposals within ED 2018-3 comprise:
- amendments arising from IPSASB ED 65 Improvements to IPSAS, 2018 ;
- IASB amendments; and
- other New Zealand amendments.
Commenting on the Proposal
The New Zealand Accounting Standards Board (NZASB) encourages you to read the exposure draft and comment on the proposals.
If you are aware of New Zealand-specific matters you want the NZASB to consider, send your comments—both formal or informal—by 7 November 2018 to the NZASB.
We also encourage you to comment directly to the IASB, by 7 January 2019, with a copy to the NZASB. You can email your comments to the IASB to email@example.com or electronically using the ‘Comment on a proposal’ page on the IASB®website. To submit a comment letter via the IASB website, you also need to register as an eIFRS Basic subscriber.]
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