The Trustees are looking to fill a number of vacancies when the terms of some Advisory Council members are completed on 31 December 2020. Eight of the vacancies are for members who are eligible for reappointment.
The Trustees are seeking nominations from organisations and individuals with an interest in international financial reporting. The selected members will add to the overall diversity of the Advisory Council and may include representatives from global, regional or local organisations. Whilst all types of organisations will be considered, the Trustees are particularly seeking interest from corporate governance organisations, private equity firms, organisations involved in wider corporate reporting, technology firms and organisations representing Small and Medium-sized Enterprises.
It is expected that the nominated individual will be a senior person in the organisation, with skills and experience to advise on strategy and help shape the future of financial reporting. While financial reporting knowledge is needed, we are not necessarily seeking candidates who are accountants or familiar with the detailed requirements of IFRS Standards. The Trustees will also consider applications from individuals.
The Advisory Council normally meets twice a year for a period of two days in London. The Advisory Council’s last meeting was virtual due to the pandemic. Meetings are open to the public. Individuals appointed to the Advisory Council will be expected to participate actively in all of the meetings. Members of the Advisory Council serve on a voluntary, unpaid basis and are required to pay their own expenses. Full membership criteria is set out on the IFRS Foundation’s website. Please consult the criteria when considering nominations.
Please indicate interest by sending by email a covering letter, letter of support from the organisation who is to be represented and curriculum vitae by 31 August 2020* to Michel Madelain, Chair of the Nominating Committee to email@example.com.
*Nominations received after 31 August 2020 cannot be guaranteed consideration by the Trustees.