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IFRS Advisory Council membership update

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30 Nov 2021

The Trustees of the IFRS Foundation have announced appointments and re-appointments to the IFRS Advisory Council effective 1 January 2022.

The Advisory Council is the formal advisory body to the Trustees, the IASB, and the ISSB. It advises the IFRS Foundation on its strategic direction, technical work plan and priorities.

The new and reappointed members of the Advisory Council are:

  • Michiel van der Lof - EY
  • Melissa Taylor - KPMG
  • Fergun Condon - Grant Thornton
  • Emmanuelle Revolon - International Co-Operative Alliance
  • Kevin Dancey - IFAC
  • Cliff Nyandoro Magara - Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya
  • Garth Jones - AIA Group
  • Maria Ángeles Peláez Morón - BBVA
  • James Andrus - Council of Institutional Investors
  • Trevor Derwin - Deloitte
  • Ellen Gaston - Internatonal Monetary Fund
  • Sergey Epifanov - PJSC LUKOIL
  • M P Vijay Kumar - South Asian Federation of Accountants (SAFA) 
  • George Iguchi - Securities Analysts Association of Japan

All appointments take effect 1 January 2022 and are for a three-year period.

The Advisory Council’s Chair, Bill Coen, has also been re-appointed, effective for three years from 1 February 2022.

In addition, the Trustees note that the following members are stepping down from the Council at the end of 2021 or have already stepped down earlier this year: Daniel Civit, Aziz Dieye, Isabelle Ferrand, Russell Guthrie, Tessa Kuijl, Andrew Marshall, James Luke, and Carolyn Rogers.

The press release announcing the new appointments can be found on the IASB's website.

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