IFAC Posts Notice of the Call for Nominations for IFAC Boards and Committees in 2011
Nov 20, 2009 | New York | English
The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) has posted an announcement to alert its members and the public of its Notice of the Call for Nominations to IFAC Boards and Committees in 2011.The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) has posted an announcement to alert its members and the public of its Notice of the Call for Nominations to IFAC Boards and Committees in 2011.
Both the Notice of the Call for Nominations and its companion guide, Developing a Nominations Strategy, are designed to help IFAC find the best person for each available position on its boards and committees, while also achieving a gender, regional, and professional balance. These extensive publications contain strategic and practical advice for nominating organizations, allowing them to make more informed decisions in selecting the persons they nominate and to understand what is expected of them.
The actual Call for Nominations for IFAC Boards and Committees in 2011 will be issued on January 15, 2010, and nominations may be submitted from January 15 to March 15, 2010.
If you have any questions, please contact Laura Buijs, Governance Manager, at email@example.com. For more information about the nominations process, please see www.ifac.org/NominatingCommittee.
IFAC (www.ifac.org) 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. It is comprised of 159 members and associates in 124 countries and jurisdictions, representing more than 2.5 million accountants in public practice, education, government service, industry, and commerce.
Through its independent standard-setting boards, IFAC develops international standards on ethics, auditing and assurance, education, and public sector accounting standards. It also issues guidance to support professional accountants in business, small and medium practices, and developing nations. In addition, IFAC issues policy positions on topics in the public interest.