The Financial Accounting Standards Board has excluded credit unions from the definition of “public business entities,” exempting them from certain reporting provisions under GAAP and giving credit unions more latitude to determine what their reporting requirements should be.

The definition will be used by FASB and its sister organization, the Private Company Council, to specify the scope of future accounting guidance, according to the Credit Union National Association.

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