The Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board are not seeing eye to eye on an important component of their leasing standards project involving income statement changes for lessees.

At a tense meeting in London on Wednesday, the two boards voted for differing approaches. “There was a fair amount of frustration at the board table,” acknowledged FASB chair Leslie Seidman.

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