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Advisory group on IASCF trustee selection

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24 Nov 2005

The Trustees of the International Accounting Standards Committee (IASC) Foundation, under which the IASB operates, have formed a Trustee Appointments Advisory Group to help them in nominating and appointing qualified and interested individuals as Trustees.

Members of the Advisory Group are:
  • Jane Diplock, Chairman of the Executive Committee, International Organization of Securities Commissions
  • Roger Ferguson, Chairman, Financial Stability Forum
  • Donald Kaberuka, President, African Development Bank
  • Haruhiko Kuroda, President, Asian Development Bank
  • Luis Alberto Moreno, President, Inter-American Development Bank
  • Rodrigo de Rato y Figaredo, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
  • Jean-Claude Trichet, President, European Central Bank
  • Paul Wolfowitz, President, World Bank
The ultimate decision on appointments rests with the Trustees. However, the Trustees will explain to the members of the Advisory Group the rationale for any decision contrary to reservations expressed by members of the Advisory Group. The Advisory Group will meet at least once annually, either in person or by conference call. The Chairman of the IASCF Trustees (currently Paul A. Volcker) will chair the meetings of the Advisory Group. Click for IASCF Press Release (PDF 70k).

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