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Joint FEE/ACCA roundtable on the Maystadt review

  • FEE (Federation of European Accountants - Fédération des Experts-comptables Européens) (lt green) Image
  • ACCA (UK Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) (lt green) Image

31 Oct 2013

On 15 November 2013, the special advisor to EU Commissioner Michel Barnier, Mr Philippe Maystadt, is expected to present his final recommendations for enhancing the EU’s role in promoting high quality accounting standards at the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) of the European Union. On 2 December 2013, the Federation of European Accountants (Fédération des Experts-comptables Européens, FEE) and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) offer a joint roundtable to discuss the findings of the review with Mr Maystadt.

FEE and ACCA jointly organise the roundtable which will be hosted by MEP Mr Wolf Klinz at the European Parliament in Brussels. At the event Mr Maystadt will present his findings to EU stakeholders. A panel of experts and the audience will debate issues such as how European influence is best ensured and revising the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) as the recommended option to ensure EU influence. Panellists will include representatives from EFRAG, national standard-setters, the preparers/businesses and investors communities and from the accounting profession.

Please click for more information on the roundtable on the FEE website.

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