The Capital Markets Advisory Committee (CMAC) is seeking new candidates to join the CMAC from 1 January 2024 for a term of three years, renewable once for a further three years. The CMAC welcomes applications from analysts and investors from all over the world. CMAC members are drawn from a variety of industry and geographical backgrounds and are selected by the CMAC on the merits of their professional competence as capital market participants using financial reporting information and their ability to represent capital market participants' views.
The CMAC is an independent advisory body established with the specific aim of providing regular input from an international community of users of financial statements to the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). The IASB develops IFRS Standards, which are required for use by companies in more than 100 countries, including two-thirds of the G20.
The purpose of the CMAC is to represent to the IASB the perspectives of professional capital market participants who are users of financial reporting information, such as analysts, investors and ratings agencies. It seeks to be broadly representative of both industries and geographic regions and of both equity and credit asset classes to offer articulate reasoned and diversified viewpoints.
As such, the CMAC consists of up to 20 members with extensive practical experience in analysing financial information. They do not represent the views and interests of their affiliations, except where explicitly stated. Read more information about the CMAC’s current members.
The CMAC meets with IASB representatives during its one-day meetings that take place three times a year. The meetings take place at the IASB offices in London; members have the ability to attend in person or virtually. We provide digital access to meetings, and we provide regular updates on specific meeting arrangements. Members receive meeting papers for review in advance of each meeting.
Please indicate your interest by emailing the Stakeholder Engagement team, including a cover letter and brief curriculum vitae.
Any personal data supplied to the IFRS Foundation by you will only be used for this application process for CMAC candidate selection. The IFRS Foundation will retain such data no longer than is necessary for that purpose, and in accordance with its data retention policy and all applicable data protection laws.
If you have any questions in relation to the above, contact the Stakeholder Engagement team.