The International Accounting Standards Board (Board) is seeking candidates to join the IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group from 1 April 2019. The IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group contributes to the development of the IFRS Taxonomy by providing regular input on taxonomy-related issues.
More about the IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group
The IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group was established by the Board to provide input on IFRS Taxonomy content and technology. During regular meetings, members discuss and advise on taxonomy-related matters. Members also review changes in the IFRS Taxonomy in-depth to assess their feasibility and decide whether the changes accurately reflect IFRS Standards’ presentation and disclosure requirements.
The IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group usually meets face-to-face in London for one day twice a year; additionally, members participate in about four one-hour conference calls a year, depending on the number and complexity of topics to be discussed.
Please click on the links below to find out more about:
- meetings and current members of the IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group
- terms of reference and operations of the IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group
Members are drawn from a variety of business and geographical backgrounds. The Board is keen to appoint members with professional experience as preparers or users of electronic financial reports structured using the IFRS Taxonomy. Technical knowledge of the eXtensible Business Reporting Language is desirable, but not required.
In line with the IFRS Foundation's usual policy, members of the IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group receive no pay and travel costs or other expenses are not reimbursed.
How to apply
Please email a cover letter and brief CV to Francesca Falkner, firstname.lastname@example.org, by 9 November 2018.
Any data you provide to the IFRS Foundation will only be used for this group member selection. The IFRS Foundation will retain such data no longer than is necessary for that purpose, in accordance with its data retention policy and all applicable data protection laws.