International Convergence: Seidman: FASB Will Not Compromise for Compromise's Sake

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The Financial Accounting Standards Board will not agree with the International Accounting Standards Board on an impairment model for financial instruments unless the model is substantially better than current FASB proposals, FASB Chairman Leslie Seidman said March 10.

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