Consultation Paper, Meeting Future Expectations of Professional Competence

A Consultation on the IAESB’s Future Strategy and Priorities

IAESB
Dec 02, 2015 | Exposure Drafts and Consultation Papers
14 Pages
English

Comments due by: Mar 08, 2016

The International Accounting Education Standards Board™ (IAESB™) has published a Consultation Paper, Meeting Future Expectations of Professional Competence: A Consultation on the IAESB’s Future Strategy and Priorities. It presents the proposed vision and strategy for the next five years that builds on the completion of its newly revised International Education Standards™ and its work to support the implementation of these standards.

In issuing this Consultation Paper, the IAESB recognizes that professional accountants are operating in an environment that is continuously changing. This has an impact on the initial and continuing professional development needs of professional accountants and the demands placed on professional accountants globally.

 

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Submitted Comment Letters

1. Institut der Wirtschaftspruefer in Deutschland e. V. (IDW)  (Germany)
February 17, 2016

2. Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland  (United Kingdom)
February 18, 2016

3. Common Content Project
February 23, 2016

4. ACCA
March 2, 2016

5. Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
March 2, 2016

6. THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS [GHANA]  (Ghana)
March 2, 2016

7. European Accounting Association
March 3, 2016

8. Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada  (Canada)
March 4, 2016

9. Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales  (United Kingdom)
March 6, 2016

10. Wirtschaftsprüferkammer (WPK)  (Germany)
March 7, 2016

11. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
March 8, 2016

12. Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda  (Uganda)
March 8, 2016

13. BDO
March 8, 2016

14. The Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants  (Japan)
March 8, 2016

15. Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants  (Singapore)
March 8, 2016

16. Hong Kong Institute of CPAs  (Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of China))
March 8, 2016

17. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited
March 8, 2016

18. IFAC SMP Committee
March 8, 2016

19. INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT OF RWANDA (ICPAR)  (Rwanda)
March 8, 2016

20. Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) and Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examination Board (KASNEB)  (Kenya)
March 8, 2016

21. Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN)  (Nigeria)
March 8, 2016

22. Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya  (Kenya)
March 8, 2016

23. ROTTERDAM SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT (RSM) & Copenhagen Business School
March 8, 2016

24. Federation of European Accountants
March 15, 2016

25. Xi Wu  (China)
March 15, 2016

26. Chinese Institute of Certified Public Accountants  (China)
March 15, 2016

27. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants  (United States)
March 15, 2016

28. Association of Accounting Technicians  (United Kingdom)
March 15, 2016

29. Certified Practising Accountants Papua New Guinea  (Papua New Guinea)
March 15, 2016

30. Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan  (Pakistan)
March 15, 2016

31. Eugene Villaceran  (Philippines)
March 15, 2016

32. Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy  (United Kingdom)
March 15, 2016

33. The Global Accounting Alliance
March 15, 2016

34. Instituto Nacional de Contadores Publicos Colombia  (Colombia)
March 15, 2016

35. Muhammad Hadidjaja  (Indonesia)
March 15, 2016

36. CPA Australia  (Australia)
March 15, 2016

37. Ernst & Young Global
March 15, 2016

38. The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants  (South Africa)
March 15, 2016

39. International Integrated Reporting Council
March 18, 2016

40. Altaf Noor Ali  (Pakistan)
March 30, 2016

41. Denise Silva Ferreira Juvenal  (Brazil)
March 30, 2016

42. Financial Reporting Council  (United Kingdom)
April 5, 2016

 

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