The Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board plan to host a series of joint public roundtable meetings on different continents to discuss their revised joint proposals on leasing standards that were published in May.

The roundtables are part of FASB and the IASB’s due process approach to gauging reaction to the revised exposure drafts, which would put require many companies, such as airlines, to carry leasing expenses on their balance sheets that they had been able to keep off the balance sheet in the past.

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