The past, present and future of financial reporting, and its global impact, will be discussed by a host of speakers in this year’s IFRS Foundation Virtual Conference, being held on 3–4 June.

To coincide with the 20th anniversary of the International Accounting Standards Board (Board) this year, the conference will include a panel discussion on developments in capital markets and international financial reporting during the past 20 years with key people from this arena; an interactive panel session on the future of corporate reporting with investors, preparers and auditors; and the latest developments in the IFRS Foundation Trustees’ work on sustainability reporting.

Speakers confirmed to present at the conference include:

  • Frédéric Agnès, VP Corporate Accounting, Total SE
  • Kees Camfferman, Professor of Financial Accounting, Vrije Universiteit
  • Michelle Edkins, Managing Director, Investment Stewardship, Blackrock
  • Peter Elwin, Director of Fixed Income, Planet Tracker
  • Isabelle Grauer-Gaynor, Corporate Finance and Reporting Team Leader, European Securities and Markets Authority 
  • David Pitt-Watson, Investor and Former Chair, UN Environment Finance Initiative 
  • Michel Prada, Former Chair of the IFRS Foundation Trustees
  • Danielle Stewart OBE, Partner, RSM UK Tax and Accounting Limited
  • Michael Stewart, Senior Expert of Financial Reporting—Group Accounting Policy and Financial Reporting, Huawei Global Finance (UK) Limited 
  • Surya Subramanian, Director, DXB Entertainments
  • Mark Vaessen, Partner, KPMG
  • Tania Wimberley, Head of Financial Reporting, Issuer Regulation, Johannesburg Stock Exchange

Board members, IFRS Foundation technical staff and IFRS Foundation Trustees will also be presenting.

The conference is also a chance to bid farewell to the outgoing Chair of the Board Hans Hoogervorst, who will reflect on a decade of standard-setting.

The conference is being held virtually owing to the covid-19 pandemic and restrictions on physical conferences.

Access the conference webpage to see the programme and information on how to register.

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