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IASB announces membership of Consultative Group for the IFRS Taxonomy

 29 April 2014


The IASB has established a new consultative group to help provide a technical advisory and review forum in which members can contribute towards the development of the IFRS Taxonomy.

Members of the IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group:

  1. review in depth the IFRS Taxonomy and ensure that it meets expected market standards and best practices from both a data content and architectural perspective;
  2. provide technical advice and strategic implementation guidance on matters relating to the IFRS Taxonomy and IASB digital reporting activities; and
  3. provide guidance to IASB staff on matters relating to financial reporting ontology. 

Members


Chairman:

John Dill

Vice-Chairman:

Thomas Egan, Singapore

 

Name Organisation Country
Krishnan Balachandran
IRIS
India
Anna Beck
Deutsche Bank
UK
Dave van den Ende
Deloitte Innovation B.V
Netherlands
William Gee
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
China
Masatomo Goto
Fujitsu Laboratories of Europe
UK
Jo Guo Morningstar Inc
USA
Kyle Lamb
Ernst & Young
UK
Marshall Matthews
KPMG LLG
UK
Chie Mitsui
Nomura Research Institute
Japan
Patricia Myles
RR Donnelley
UK
Doug Niven
Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC)
Australia
Maciej Piechocki
BearingPoint
Germany
Michal Piechocki
Business Reporting-Advisory Group
Poland
Lou Rohman
Merrill Corporation
USA
Jim Truscott
Fundamental X
UK
Avi Sucharevski
Cundus
Canada
Ying Wei
Ministry of Finance (MOF)
China

 

Official observers:

Hirotoshi Enomoto, Japan Financial Services Agency (Japan FSA) 

Lauren Degabriel/ Roxana Damianov, European Securities & Markets Authority (ESMA) 

Louis Matherne, Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) 

The IASB greatly appreciates the wide interest in the project, as shown by the large number of applications to join the consultative group.  The IASB was constrained in the selection of group members by the need to keep the group small enough to work effectively.  However, it encourages other interested parties to register as observers at consultative group meetings, which will be open to the public, and to share their thoughts and concerns throughout the consultative stages of the project.

 

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Enquiries:

Chris Welsh, Communications Manager, IFRS Foundation
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7246 6495
Email: cwelsh@ifrs.org   

Mark Byatt, Director of Communications and External Affairs, IFRS Foundation
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7246 6472
Email: mbyatt@ifrs.org