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  1. In 2019, to maximize the contribution the academic community can make to the development of high quality IPSAS, the IPSASB created its Academic Advisory Group (AAG). It is chaired by former IPSASB Chair, Andreas Bergmann, and includes IPSASB’s academic members, as well as representatives of the Comparative International Governmental Accounting Research Network and International Research Society for Public Management networks. Its overall aim is to facilitate more structured relationships between the board and the academic community. Immediately after its creation, the AAG issued a call for papers in relation to the four topics that the IPSASB had included in the Research program as part of its 2019-23 Strategy and Work Plan. The abstracts selected to go forward by the AAG were awarded a small grant by the IPSASB to enable drafts to be developed. The final versions of the papers were made available to the IPSASB to support its discissions about the topics to prioritize in its 2021 Work Program Consultation. Enhancing the academic voice through this mechanism has proved to be a great success. Not only was their strong interest from the academic community, with 30 abstracts outlining research proposals received, from which four were selected, the final versions of the papers contained useful research on topics that are now being proposed for inclusion in IPSASB’s active Work Program, and so should help shape the thinking on how the projects in these areas will be developed. Autumn 2021 Call for Papers Following the success of the first call for papers, a second call is planned for Autumn 2021, with papers to be presented at the third Research Forum and then to a subsequent IPSAS meeting. Stay tuned to this space as details emerge late in the summer for 2021. Read more from the IPSASB Chair Key Dates http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-publications/~4/bQ-si_MzKyAأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  2. IFAC's annual review is a significant element of accountability to member organizations, the Forum of Firms, and other key stakeholders. It provides an overview of IFAC, including governance and stakeholder engagement, strategic objectives, value creation process, and performance highlights. 2020 was an exceptionally difficult year by any standard. And yet, all around the world, people rose to the occasion in ways big and small to meet the challenges brought about by COVID-19. The accountancy profession responded quickly to support our public interest mandate, and the people, communities, businesses, and economies we serve. IFAC is proud to say we did the same. We thank IFAC’s many stakeholders for the collaborative relationships that contributed to the successes described in this report, especially our member organizations, the Forum of Firms, and Network Partners, as well as our Board, volunteers, and staff. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-publications/~4/zZTS0pdwehwأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  3. Smaller, less complex entities play a vital role in the world’s economy. In an increasingly complex world with evolving reporting needs, a need for a set of high-quality requirements tailored for the audits of less complex entities has emerged. With this consultation, the IAASB is moving to provide a globally consistent approach at a time where a number of jurisdictional-specific less complex entity standards are emerging, which is not in the public interest. The IAASB strongly encourages all interested stakeholders to provide their feedback by January 31, 2022. The standard is relevant to users of financial statements, owners, management and those charged with governance of entities, preparers of financial statements, legislative or regulatory authorities, relevant local bodies with standard-setting authority, professional accountancy organizations, academics, regulators and audit oversight bodies, and auditors and audit firms, among others. Stakeholders can submit responses using the “Submit Comment” button. The Exposure Draft will also be available in French and Spanish in September 2021. The Proposed Supplement Guide: Auditor Reporting will be available in August 2021. The Mapping Documents, ISAs to Proposed ISA for LCE, will be available in August 2021. The IAASB will also publish an outreach plan in August 2021. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-publications/~4/VevpwpXUXx8أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  4. Today, the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) published an exposure draft of its new, stand-alone standard for audits of financial statements of less complex entities. This landmark new draft standard responds to demands to have a set of high-quality requirements tailored for the needs of less complex entities (LCEs). The new standard for audits of financial statements of LCEs will provide a globally consistent approach at a time where several jurisdictional-specific LCE standards or related initiatives are arising. The release of the exposure draft is part of a broader effort to reduce complexity, improve understandability, and make International Standards on Auditing (ISAs) more scalable and proportionate to circumstances of audited entities. “Smaller, less complex entities play a vital role in the world’s economy. The IAASB has prioritized addressing the needs of stakeholders representing these entities over the last eighteen months,” said IAASB Chair Tom Seidenstein. “Our new proposed standard’s objective is appropriately focusing the work of auditors through requirements designed to be proportionate to the typical nature and circumstance of less complex entities. We are not compromising on the quality of the audit.” The IAASB strongly encourages all interested stakeholders to provide their feedback by January 31, 2022. The standard is relevant to users of financial statements, owners, management and those charged with governance of entities, preparers of financial statements, legislative or regulatory authorities, relevant local bodies with standard-setting authority, professional accountancy organizations, academics, regulators and audit oversight bodies, and auditors and audit firms, among others. Stakeholders can submit responses through the “Submit Comment” button online. The Exposure Draft will also be available in French and Spanish in early September 2021. The IAASB is also planning outreach on the new draft standard; an outreach plan will be available on the IAASB’s website in late August 2021. About the IAASB The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board develops auditing and assurance standards and guidance for use by all professional accountants under a shared standard-setting process involving the Public Interest Oversight Board, which oversees the activities of the IAASB, and the IAASB Consultative Advisory Group, which provides public interest input into the development of the standards and guidance. The structures and processes that support the operations of the IAASB are facilitated by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC). For copyright, trademark, and permissions information, please go to permissions or contact permissions@ifac.org. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-news/~4/3zStHEE80A0أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  5. In The Way Forward roadmap toward a global system for reporting on sustainability-related information, IFAC called on the IFRS Foundation to establish a new International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB). Today we reiterate our support. With its independence, good governance, and track record of due process, the IFRS Foundation is uniquely positioned to establish an independent ISSB within existing IFRS governance—comprised of the Monitoring Board, IFRS Foundation Trustees, and IFRS Advisory Council. The proposed multi-stakeholder expert consultative committee will also be crucial to bringing the right stakeholders to the table in support of the standard-setting activities of the new Board. IFAC’s response strongly supports the four-point strategy put forth in the Trustees’ proposals: The ISSB will have an investor focus on enterprise value The ISSB will prioritize climate-related reporting first The ISSB will build on the work of existing initiatives The ISSB will take a Building Blocks Approach IFAC CEO Kevin Dancey said, “Agility and flexibility in the organizational arrangements supporting the establishment of the new ISSB are needed for the IFRS Foundation to move with speed—making as much progress as possible in the shortest amount of time, while remaining focused on high-quality outcomes. In our analysis, the proposed amendments appropriately incorporate this imperative, which underlies all other criteria for success. As comments from key global stakeholders come in, it is great to see such widespread and broad support for the ISSB initiative.” Read more about IFAC’s views. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-news/~4/m11W-Eh1EBQأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  6. IFAC is pleased to respond to the IFRS Foundation’s Proposed Targeted Amendments to the IFRS Foundation Constitution to Accommodate an International Sustainability Standards Board to Set IFRS Sustainability Standards (the “Exposure Draft” or “ED”). As we noted in our comment letter to the IFRS Foundation Consultation in 2020, IFAC has conducted extensive engagement with its membership and other stakeholders regarding i) the need for a global approach to sustainability-related reporting that serves the public interest and ii) the leading role that the IFRS Foundation should play in establishing such a global system. IFAC reiterates that, with its independence, good governance, and track record of due process, the IFRS Foundation is uniquely positioned to establish an independent International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) alongside the IASB and under the existing governance of the IFRS Foundation, incorporating appropriate and targeted amendments proposed in this Exposure Draft that are designed to pattern the ISSB after the IASB. Further, the IFRS Foundation is also uniquely positioned to promote sustainability-related reporting that will garner support from necessary stakeholders such as the governments of the G7 and G20 governments, the Financial Stability Board, and IOSCO, among others. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-publications/~4/D2Oo8vP8vtIأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  7. Today, IFAC released a Point of View: Greater Transparency and Accountability in the Public Sector. The public sector is facing a myriad of competing priorities, including an unprecedented global health crisis and climate emergency, and must make critical decisions that will affect generations to come. In this environment, helping citizens understand how public funds are being managed and spent, as well as the reasoning behind and consequences of decisions made, can meet the heightened need for transparency and accountability necessary to retain and grow stakeholder trust. IFAC’s Point of View explores the need for strong governance and public financial management (PFM), so that governments and public sector entities around the world can make informed, data-driven decisions for people, the planet, and the economy. It also outlines how the accountancy profession, with its public interest mandate, can support the public sector in achieving long-term financial sustainability and resilience, to help create a better world with stronger economies and fairer societies. “Our latest POV focuses on actionable steps that professional accountants in the public sector can take to foster trust and increase resilience globally,” said Kevin Dancey, IFAC CEO. “Calls for transparency and accountability in the public sector are not new, but we have outlined systems, processes, and practices the public sector can integrate to achieve the strong financial management necessary to build a sustainable, inclusive, and prosperous future for all of us.” Read IFAC’s latest POV here. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-news/~4/zLlMjE6qSikأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  8. Date: Mon, 2021-07-19Location/Media Outlet: New York Today, IFAC released a Point of View: Greater Boilerplate: About IFAC IFAC is the global organization for the accountancy profession dedicated to serving the public interest by strengthening the profession and contributing to the development of strong international economies. IFAC is comprised of 180 members and associates in 135 countries and jurisdictions, representing more than 3 million accountants in public practice, education, government service, industry, and commerce. Issues, Insights & Interest Areas: Public Sector/Sovereign DebtLanguage: EnglishNews Type: Press Releases/News AlertsSource: IFACHide Banner: 1http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-issues-insights/~4/zLlMjE6qSikأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  9. The IAASB in collaboration with IFAC invite you to join the upcoming quality management webinars, Resourcing for Quality Management on July 29 from 11 am–12 pm GMT and Your Firm’s Monitoring & Remediation Process on August 5 from 11 am–12 pm GMT. Both webinars will be held on Zoom with livestreaming on IAASB’s YouTube channel. ISQM 1 is part of the IAASB’s suite of quality management standards, issued in late 2020. The standards strengthen and modernize how firms approach quality management. They also mark an evolution from a traditional, more linear approach for quality control to an integrated quality management approach. These webinars address how firms can resources appropriately and establish monitoring and remediation processes to align with the requirements in International Standard on Quality Management 1, Quality Management for Firms that Perform Audits or Reviews of Financial Statements, or Other Assurance or Related Services Engagements. The webinars will be held in English and available on YouTube following the session. Participants joining live via Zoom will be able to submit questions. Webinar Two: Resourcing for Quality Management July 29, 11 am–12 pm GMT Featuring IAASB members Josephine Jackson and Sue Almond and Deputy Director Natalie Klonaridis Discussion will include references to the requirements of International Standard on Auditing 220, Quality Management for an Audit of Financial Statements Register Now Webinar Three: Your Firm’s Monitoring & Remediation Process August 5, 11 am–12 pm GMT Featuring IAASB member Chun Wee Chiew, technical advisor Denise Weber and Deputy Director Natalie Klonaridis Register Now The recording from the first webinar in this series, Your Firm’s Risk Assessment Process, is available on YouTube. You are also invited to the final webinar in the series: Webinar Four: Bringing it All Together: Exploring all the Components of a Quality Management System August 18, 11 am–12 pm GMT Featuring IAASB members Julie Corden and Sachiko Kai and Deputy Director Natalie Klonaridis Register Now Looking for additional resources on the suite of quality management standards? Check out the IAASB’s dedicated web page: iaasb.org/quality-management IFAC is committed to supporting our member organizations and the development, adoption, and implementation of high-quality international standards. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-news/~4/ODaYht9z1Koأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  10. The IAASB in collaboration with IFAC invite you to join our upcoming quality management webinars, Resourcing for Quality Management on July 29 from 11 am–12 pm GMT and Your Firm’s Monitoring & Remediation Process on August 5 from 11 am–12 pm GMT. Both webinars will be held on Zoom with livestreaming on IAASB’s YouTube channel. ISQM 1 is part of the IAASB’s suite of quality management standards, issued in late 2020. The standards strengthen and modernize how firms approach quality management. They also mark an evolution from a traditional, more linear approach for quality control to an integrated quality management approach. These webinars address how firms can resources appropriately and establish monitoring and remediation processes to align with the requirements in International Standard on Quality Management 1, Quality Management for Firms that Perform Audits or Reviews of Financial Statements, or Other Assurance or Related Services Engagements. The webinars will be held in English and available on YouTube following the session. Participants joining live via Zoom will be able to submit questions. Webinar Two: Resourcing for Quality Management July 29, 11 am–12 pm GMT Featuring IAASB members Josephine Jackson and Sue Almond and Deputy Director Natalie Klonaridis Discussion will include references to the requirements of International Standard on Auditing 220, Quality Management for an Audit of Financial Statements Register Now Webinar Three: Your Firm’s Monitoring & Remediation Process August 5, 11 am–12 pm GMT Featuring IAASB member Chun Wee Chiew, technical advisor Denise Weber, and Deputy Director Natalie Klonaridis Register Now The recording from the first webinar in this series, Your Firm’s Risk Assessment Process, is available on YouTube. You are also invited to the final webinar in the series: Webinar Four: Bringing it All Together: Exploring all the Components of a Quality Management System August 18, 11 am–12 pm GMT Featuring IAASB members Julie Corden and Sachiko Kai and IAASB Deputy Director Natalie Klonaridis Register Now Looking for additional resources on the suite of quality management standards? Check out the IAASB’s dedicated web page: iaasb.org/quality-management http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-news/~4/mDB_s3qXYMcأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  11. IFAC welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy Consultation on the Government’s proposal for Restoring trust in audit and corporate governance. The Government has put forth a very comprehensive assessment of issues that are relevant to restoring trust in both audit and corporate governance. We firmly support such an approach that addresses the credibility of directors’ accountability and reporting as well as the statutory audit. As recommendations to this Consultation are considered, IFAC's comment letter proposes three principles as criteria for assessing future reforms. IFAC’s response draws on its previously published framework for Achieving High-Quality Audits—based on the right process, the right people, the right governance, the right regulation, and the right measurement. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-publications/~4/Exw5USiyVR4أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  12. IFAC, the International Federation of Accountants, which comprises 180 member and associate organizations and represents over 3 million professional accountants globally, continues its work in support of high-quality audits and effective corporate governance. In its response to the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) consultation on restoring trust in audit and corporate governance, IFAC emphasized high-level themes that should govern any future reforms, including the importance of a well-functioning ecosystem, a clear focus on audit quality, and an appreciation for the global context. IFAC’s response draws on its previously published framework for Achieving High-Quality Audits—based on the right process, the right people, the right governance, the right regulation, and the right measurement. IFAC CEO Kevin Dancy said, “We urge policymakers in the UK and elsewhere to pursue reforms with an unwavering view to enhancing audit quality above all else. As the UK is a leader in audit and corporate governance, any changes enacted there are likely to have an impact beyond its borders. The success of a company, the quality of its reporting, and the quality of its audit all depend on a functioning ecosystem of participants. This is why the holistic approach taken in the Consultation is so important." See IFAC’s response to the BEIS consultation. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-news/~4/k3ylYqjgmwkأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  13. The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), which represents more than 3 million professional accountants globally, wishes to share the Monitoring Group Nominating Committee’s Call for Applications for membership to the Public Interest Oversight Board (PIOB), and broadly encourages qualified individuals to consider applying to this important organization. The Monitoring Group’s press release announcing the Call may be found here and more information about the Monitoring Group Nominating Committee can be found at their website here. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-news/~4/1-OX-dS_358أضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  14. Date: Wed, 2021-06-30Highlights from the CAG June 2021 virtual meeting: 00:00 Welcome and introduction 00:20 Chair’s summary of the IPSASB CAG meeting 06:14 Closing remarks Issues, Insights & Interest Areas: Public Sector/Sovereign DebtLanguage: EnglishNews Type: PodcastsSource: IPSASBHide Banner: 1File: /modules/file/icons/audio-x-generic.png CAG-Podcast-June-2021-Meeting.mp3Title: IPSASB CAG June 2021 Meeting PodcastDescription: 00:00 Welcome and introduction 00:20 Chair’s summary of the IPSASB CAG meeting 06:14 Closing remarkshttp://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-issues-insights/~4/vRnOor3Lbuwأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
  15. Date: Wed, 2021-06-3000:00 Welcome and introduction 00:25 Adjustments to the Work Program 05:26 Revenue and Transfer Expenses 10:10 Natural Resources / Sustainability 19:00 Closing remarks Issues, Insights & Interest Areas: Public Sector/Sovereign DebtLanguage: EnglishNews Type: PodcastsSource: IPSASBHide Banner: 1File: /modules/file/icons/audio-x-generic.png IPSASB-Podcast-June-2021-Meeting.mp3Title: IPSASB June 2021 Meeting PodcastDescription: 00:00 Welcome and introduction 00:25 Adjustments to the Work Program 05:26 Revenue and Transfer Expenses 10:10 Natural Resources / Sustainability 19:00 Closing remarkshttp://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ifac-issues-insights/~4/iX02fwzD7vgأضغط على الرابط لزيارة موقع الخبر
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