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Proposed IFAC Member Compliance Program Strategy, 2016-2018

May 04, 2015 | Exposure Drafts and Consultation Papers

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Comments due by: Jul 03, 2015

This proposed IFAC Member Body Compliance Strategy, 2016-2018 is part of IFAC’s ongoing efforts to promote the adoption and support implementation of international standards in accounting, auditing, ethics, and education and the establishment of related quality assurance and investigation and discipline mechanisms. The proposed strategy incorporates fundamental upgrades to monitoring and reporting mechanisms. It will help professional accountancy organizations meet the IFAC Statements of Membership Obligations (SMOs), highlight adoption efforts in their jurisdictions, and help all global stakeholders understand adoption status, as well as   improvements or setbacks on a timely basis.

Respondents are asked to submit their comments electronically through an online survey or through the IFAC website.


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