"Impairment testing" change criticized by FASB committee

01/6/2009 | Financial Week

An FASB advisory committee representing investors says that relieving banks of the requirement to publish the results of impairment testing of certain securitized financial instruments would undermine investor confidence in the financial statements of those banks. The board last month proposed dropping the fair-value accounting rule that requires the inclusion of impairment-testing data.

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