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Accounting Standards Advisory Forum (ASAF) The Accounting Standards Advisory Forum (ASAF) which seeks to formalise and streamline the IASB’s collective engagement with the global community of national standard-setters (NSS) and regional bodies in its standard setting process.
Capital Markets Advisory Committee (CMAC) Capital Markets Advisory Committee (CMAC) is a group of professional financial analysts who meet regularly with the IASB board members to provide the views of professional investors on financial reporting issues.
Effects Analyses Consultative Group (EACG) The Effects Analyses Consultative Group (EACG) is an advisory body formed to assist the IASB, in consultation with the IFRS Foundation Trustees, to develop a methodology for fieldwork and effect analyses (commonly referred to as cost-benefit analyses or impact assessments).
Emerging Economies Group (EEG) The Emerging Economies Group (EEG) was established by the IFRS Foundation to further enhance the influence of emerging economies in the development process of IFRSs, and is a response of the IASB to the G20 recommendation to introduce more involvement from emerging economies into its standard setting.
Financial Crisis Advisory Group (FCAG) The Financial Crisis Advisory Group (FCAG) is a high-level advisory group set up by the boards to consider financial reporting issues arising from the global financial crisis.
Global Preparers Forum (GPF) The IASB meets several times each year with representatives of companies that use IFRSs at meetings known as the Global Preparers Forum.
IASB working groups IASB working groups advise on key issues on particular projects or for particular constituent groups.
IFRS Advisory Council The IFRS Advisory Council provides a forum for the IASB to consult a wide range of interested parties affected by the IASB's work.
IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group (ITCG) The IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group (ITCG) is a consultative group established to assist the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) in its activities related to the IFRS Taxonomy used when tagging financial information using XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language).
Joint Transition Resource Group for Revenue Recognition The Joint Transition Resource Group for Revenue Recognition of the IASB and the FASB was created to keep the IASB and FASB informed on interpretive issues occurring during implementation of the converged revenue recognition standard and to assist in determining what action may be needed to resolve diversity in practice.
Management Commentary Consultative Group The Management Commentary Consultative Group provides the Board with access to practical experience and expertise in developing, implementing and using management commentary regimes and advises the Board as it develops proposals for updating the IFRS Practice Statement 'Management Commentary'.
SME Implementation Group (SMEIG) The mission of the SME Implementation Group (SMEIG) is to support the international adoption of the IFRS for SMEs and to monitor its implementation.
Transition Resource Group for Impairment of Financial Instruments The Transition Resource Group for Impairment of Financial Instruments of the IASB was created to keep the IASB informed on issues occurring during implementation of the new impairment requirements, to assist in determining what action may be needed to resolve diversity in practice and to provide a public forum for stakeholders to learn about the new impairment requirements from others involved with implementation.
Transition Resource Group for IFRS 17 The objective of the TRG is to provide a public forum for any stakeholder to share implementation questions with the Board and to follow the discussion of those questions. The TRG will not issue any authoritative guidance; but the IFRS Foundation will publish summaries and recordings from the meetings on its website.

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