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The IFRS Advisory Council met remotely on 23 February 2021 to discuss:

  • Update on the International Accounting Standards Board's work plan
  • Sustainability reporting
  • Post-covid-19 planning

Advisory Council Chair Bill Coen's report on the meeting is now available, summarising these discussions.

About the IFRS Advisory Council

The Advisory Council is the formal advisory body to the International Accounting Standards Board and the Trustees of the IFRS Foundation. It consists of a wide range of representatives, comprising individuals and organisations with an interest in international financial reporting.

The focus of the Advisory Council is to provide strategic support and advice to the IFRS Foundation, and it meets (in London, where possible) at least two times a year for a period of two days.