Speaker fees

As a not-for-profit, public interest organisation, the IFRS Foundation seeks to recoup some of its operating costs by charging a fee for the IASB and ISSB members and staff participating in conferences or seminars organised for commercial purposes.

For other events, such as those organised by societies, associations, charities, educational bodies or non-profit organisations, the IFRS Foundation may, at its discretion, waive a fee.

Travel and accommodation

Unless exceptional circumstances apply, the IFRS Foundation usually requires the host organisation to arrange and pay or reimburse the IFRS Foundation for basic, necessary overnight travel expenses incurred by the IFRS Foundation speaker (including economy air fare for domestic travel and business class for international travel, cab fare and/or other transport expenses, overnight hotel, meals).