A Closer Look at the GASB Exposure Draft, Financial Instruments Omnibus

February 2010
Governmental GAAP Update Service;2/28/2010, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p1
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The article highlights the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Exposure Draft titled "Financial Instruments Omnibus" in the U.S. It discusses the project objective which included topics such as unallocated insurance contracts, interest rate risk disclosures for mutual funds, and deposits custodial credit risk placed through deposit placement services. It mentions the role of an accounting research manager in the government library and in accounting industry as a whole.


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