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EFRAG to celebrate 15th anniversary

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17 Jun 2016

On 6 July 2016, the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) will hold a celebration event and seminar to mark its 15th anniversary and welcome its new leadership: the incoming EFRAG Board President Jean-Paul Gauzès and Andrew Watchman, EFRAG TEG Chairman and CEO.

Programme highlights include:

  • Welcome speech by Andrew Watchman, EFRAG TEG Chairman
  • Keynote speech by Commissioner Jonathan Hill
  • Round-Table: Developing effect analyses for IFRS
    • Facilitated by Claes Norberg, EFRAG Board with participation of
    • Hans Hoogervorst, IASB;
    • Erik Nooteboom, EC;
    • Kris Peach, AASB;
    • Patrick de Cambourg, ANC;
    • Joachim Gassen, Professor at Humboldt University Berlin;
    • Vickie Wood, UK representative at ARC
  • Round-Table: Financial reporting by small listed companies
    • Facilitated by Olivier Boutellis-Taft, FEE with the participation of
    • Michel Prada, IFRS Foundation;
    • Roger Marshall, EFRAG Board;
    • Peter Malmqvist, Swedish Society of Financial Analysts;
    • Andrew Watchman, EFRAG
  • Closing speech by Jean-Paul Gauzès, incoming EFRAG Board President

IAS Plus representatives have been invited to attend the event and we will provide you with notes from the discussions afterwards.

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