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International Panel on Accountancy Education

Established 2019

The International Panel on Accountancy Education is a key feature of IFAC’s approach to advancing accountancy education at the global level. The Panel is instrumental in advising IFAC on how to best assist professional accountancy organizations in preparing future-ready accountants.

Members of Panel have a threefold remit to:

  • Act as strategic advisors for IFAC’s accountancy education work plan;
  • Advocate for high-quality accountancy education globally and in their home jurisdictions and regions; and
  • Serve as access points for accountancy education resources

Panel members are nominated by IFAC members and Forum of Firm members and represent key stakeholders across the profession, including professional accountancy organizations, accountants in practice and business, and academics. This diversity allows the panel to explore current trends’ impacts to professional accountants’ education and development through many lenses.

Members serve a three-year term and can be re-nominated for a second term for a maximum of six years. 

 
Key Contact
 

Members

Anne-Marie Vitale, Chair

United States

Yoke Kai Chan

Singapore

Dhal Choi

Korea, Republic of

Alice Deakin

United Kingdom

Thorben Ehrlich

Germany

Susan Flis

United States

Stacy-Ann Golding

United States

Simon Hann

Australia

Alan Hatfield

United Kingdom

Yvonne Hinson

United States

Yoshinori Kawamura

Japan

Chaaminda Kumarasiri

Sri Lanka

Fabio Moraes da Costa

Brazil

Greg Owens

United Kingdom

Zhijian Song

China

Kim Watty

Australia

Irene Wiecek

Canada

 

Observers

Keryn Chalmers

Australia

Nadine Kater

South Africa

Adenike Oyeyiola

United States

Jan van Schalkwyk

South Africa

 

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