The trustees of the International Accounting Standards Committee have proposed changes in the International Accounting Standards Board that would expand the number of members, alter its geographic composition, and impose new oversight from government regulators.

The size of the IASB would grow from 14 to 16 members under the proposed changes. There would also be new guidelines for the geographical diversity of members of the IASB.

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