The Financial Accounting Standards Board isn't waiting for the planned appointment of two new board members to pursue its ambitious agenda of rule changes, including several with big implications for banks.
Leslie Seidman, the FASB's acting chairman, said Monday that the board will "continue working through" its top-priority projects — including a proposal to mark loans, deposits and most other financial instruments to fair value — even as the search for board recruits goes on.
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