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IFRS Foundation Monitoring Board publishes work plan

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Apr 19, 2018

On April 19, 2018, the IFRS Foundation Monitoring Board, responsible for the oversight of the IFRS Foundation, published its 2018-2019 work plan.

The Monitoring Board's planned activities are organized into two sections:

  • Reviewing the Trustees’ oversight of the International Accounting Standards Board (the Board)
    • review and comment on the Trustees ́ plan for the review of the Board's due process arrangements
    • continue the dialogue with the Trustees on accounting matters of broad public interest for consideration by the Board
  • Monitoring and conferring with the Trustees on their responsibilities
    • continue its ongoing dialogue with Trustees on the efforts to strengthen the governance framework of the IFRS Foundation
    • follow up of the IFRS Reputation research report
    • discuss the progress and results of the IFRS Foundation’s exercise to identify and evaluate its operational risks
    • continue to review the adequacy and appropriateness of the Trustees’ arrangements for the IFRS Foundation’s funding
    • participate and provide input and help to the IFRS Foundation nomination and approval process for Trustee candidates, including the Chair

Review the press release and the work plan on the Board's website.

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