An international group of accountants, regulators, bankers and business luminaries met to discuss the impact of the financial crisis and the implications for financial reporting.

The meeting in New York on Friday was the second involving the Financial Crisis Advisory Group, whose members were announced in December (see Financial Crisis Group Attracts International Cast). The participants addressed a number of issues, including fair value accounting and the various approaches taken by the accounting standards boards.

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