A revised version of the booklet A Guide to the IFRS for SMEs
has been posted.
This nine-page ‘executive briefing’ provides an overview of the IFRS for SMEs
in non–technical language for lenders, creditors, owner–managers, and others who use SME financial statements.
It is available to download by clicking here
The nomination period for applications for membership of the SME Implementation Group (SMEIG) has now closed. The Trustees of the IFRS Foundation will be considering a proposal for the revised composition of the SMEIG at their May 2016 meeting.
The January 2016 press release inviting nominations for membership of the SME Implementation Group can be accessed here
The 2015 Amendments to the IFRS for SMEs
are now available to eIFRS basic subscribers in Spanish
(registration is free of charge here
). A Bosnian translation of the 2015 Amendments to the IFRS for SMEs
is currently in progress.
The following translations of the IFRS for SMEs
2015 (Bound Volume) are also in progress:
- Brazilian Portuguese; and
Here is the current status of the 2009 IFRS for SMEs
translations that have been approved by the IFRS Foundation:
Albanian*, Arabic, Armenian*, Bosnian*, Bulgarian*, Chinese (simplified)*, Croatian*, Czech*, Estonian*, French*, Georgian, German, Hebrew*, Italian*, Japanese*, Kazakh*, Khmer*, Lithuanian*, Macedonian*, Mongolian*, Polish*, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Russian*, Serbian, Spanish*, Turkish* and Ukrainian*.
*Available for free download here
(for translations not marked with an * please see our IFRS Shop
for details on how to purchase a hard copy).