Proposed IFAC Member Body Compliance Program Strategy 2011-2014

CAP Consultation Paper

CAP
Feb 27, 2011 | Exposure Drafts and Consultation Papers
English

Comments due by: May 29, 2011

This Consultation Paper seeks views from stakeholders on the proposed strategy for the IFAC Member Body Compliance Program. It highlights the progress of the Compliance Program to date and includes initiatives to further improve the quality of the accountancy profession worldwide.

Please note: a final version of IFAC Member Body Compliance Program Strategy 2011-2014 was published in October 2011 after the consultation period and is available here.

 

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Submitted Comment Letters

1. CGA-Canada  (Canada)
March 21, 2011

2. CICPA  (China)
May 20, 2011

3. CNDCEC  (Italy)
May 26, 2011

4. Association of Chartered Certified Accountants  (United Kingdom)
May 27, 2011

5. The Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants  (Japan)
May 29, 2011

6. Joint Accounting Bodies  (Australia)
May 30, 2011

7. Wirtschaftsprueferkammer (WPK)/ Institut der Wirtschaftspruefer in Deutschland e.V. (IDW)  (Germany)
May 30, 2011

8. SAICA  (South Africa)
June 2, 2011

9. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants  (USA)
June 15, 2011

10. Chartered Institute of Management Accountants  (United Kingdom)
June 15, 2011

11. Professional Accountancy Organization Development Committee  (IFAC Committee)
June 15, 2011

12. Royal NIVRA  (The Netherlands)
June 15, 2011

13. The Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy  (United Kingdom)
June 15, 2011

 
 

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