Two top officials with the International Accounting Standards Board and its parent organization, the IFRS Foundation, gave speeches this week in which they expressed the hope that the Securities and Exchange Commission will ultimately sanction the use of International Financial Reporting Standards by U.S. companies.

IASB vice chairman Ian Mackintosh discussed in a speech in London on Monday the IASB’s work with the Financial Accounting Standards Board in the U.S.

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