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Andrew Spooner


Andrew Spooner is a Partner in Deloitte in the UK. He is a technical IFRS partner serving clients across all industries throughout the UK and globally. He is also the lead IFRS partner globally on financial instruments and the main liaison on financial instruments accounting with standard setters and key regulators.

Andrew is a Board Member of the ICAEW's Financial Reporting Faculty.

Prior to joining Deloitte in 2003 Andrew held positions in accounting policy at UBS and with Arthur Andersen.

End of term: March 2020.

EFRAG Financial Instruments Working Group (EFRAG FIWG)

The Financial Instruments Working Group (EFRAG FIWG) provides support to EFRAG TEG on financial instrument reporting issues. Members of the Group have considerable expertise in financial instrument reporting matters and more generally in IFRS issues and practice. The frequency of meetings of the Group depends on the issues on the agenda. The group is supported by members of the EFRAG Secretariat.

The European Investment Bank (EIB), the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA), the European Commission, the European Banking Authority (EBA) and the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) have been granted observer status.

IASB members and staff are also invited to participate as observers as part of the IASB outreach activities.

The terms of reference of the Working Group can be found here.

The current Members of the EFRAG FIWG are (please click on Members' names to view their profiles):

Name Job title
Andrew Spooner EFRAG FIWG Chairman; EFRAG TEG Member
Jens Berger Auditor (Deloitte)
Jannis Bischof Academic (University of Mannheim)
Lisa Bomba Banking (Deutsche Bank)
David Bradbery Banking (Barclays)
Alan Chapman Auditor (Grant Thornton)
Pierre Henri Damotte Banking (Société Générale)
Karin Eisenhut Banking (DZ Bank AG)
Fabio Goia Banking (Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A.)
Laure Guegan Auditor (EY)
Vincent Guillard Auditor (Mazars)
Selma Marte Banking (BNP Paribas)
Colin Martin Auditor (KPMG)
Martin Petrov Banking (Bulgarian Development Bank)
Raoul Vogel Auditor (PwC)