The trade association representing credit unions believes that the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s recent proposal to redefine the meaning of a public business entity could open the door to more appropriate accounting standards for credit unions.

FASB issued for public comment Wednesday a proposal that would define a public business entity and affect which types of businesses might qualify for alternative accounting and reporting guidance as private companies (see FASB Proposes to Define Public Business Entities).

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