Featuring recent highlights from the European voice in financial reporting, find out how EFRAG’s new leadership team has set about enhancing the organisation’s three core activities: providing upstream influence; improving IFRS; and delivering endorsement advice.
EFRAG announces replacements in the EFRAG Board and EFRAG TEG. Chris De Noose has been appointed as EFRAG Board member on one of the banking seats and Ana Cortez has been appointed as EFRAG TEG member.
Following a request for technical advice from the European Commission, EFRAG is collecting evidence from European Constituents on information about the significance of their existing investments in equity instruments and the possible effects of IFRS 9 Financial Instruments on their equity portfolios. Participants are kindly required to complete this survey by 30 September 2017.
The academic literature review will form part of the evidence that EFRAG will consider in its Research on the impairment of equity investments and the relation between an effective impairment model and the recycling of gains or losses on disposal of equity investments designated at fair value through Other Comprehensive Income.
EFRAG is requesting evidence from European Constituents on their experiences with IFRS 13 Fair Value Measurement.
Do not miss the opportunity to share your views and provide input!
EFRAG has published a summary report on the joint outreach event together with the Polish Accounting Standards Committee (PASC), Accountants' Association in Poland, and National Chamber of Statutory Auditors in Warsaw on 12 September 2017 covering the IASB's Discussion Paper DP/2017/1 Disclosure Initiative - Principles of Disclosure.
EFRAG announces that it will hold its EFRAG TEG and EFRAG CFSS meeting on Wednesday 20 and EFRAG TEG meeting Thursday 21 September 2017
A new brochure providing a brief overview of EFRAG's work and highlighting the three core activities of the organisation.
The July 2017 edition of the EFRAG Update, summarising public technical discussions held and decisions taken during that month, has been published and can be downloaded below.
EFRAG is seeking an academic fellow with experience in financial reporting and IFRS to work with EFRAG during a sabbatical leave period of between 6 months and two years.