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February 7, 2023

The FASB Is Prepared for the Wailing and Gnashing of Teeth

“[It] will not be very warm.”

~ FASB Chairman Bob Herz, on the financial services industry’s reaction to the Board’s new proposals for valuing loans and loan-like instruments at their market value.

“[It] will not be very warm.”

~ FASB Chairman Bob Herz, on the financial services industry’s reaction to the Board’s new proposals for valuing loans and loan-like instruments at their market value.

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