IAASB’s Work Plan for 2017‒2018 and Continuing Relevance of Its Strategic Objectives

IAASB
Jul 25, 2016 | Exposure Drafts and Consultation Papers, Surveys & Reports
18 Pages
English

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The IAASB’s Survey Consultation, The IAASB’s Work Plan for 2017‒2018 and Continuing Relevance of Its Strategic Objectives, seeks feedback from a wide range of stakeholders to assist the board in evaluating its priorities for 2017–2018 and allocating its resources—a full-time Chairman supported by a 17-person volunteer board and ten-person technical staff—in the best way possible. Respondents are asked for their views on how topics should be prioritized, recognizing that much of the board’s current standard-setting efforts will carry on into 2017 and beyond unless the IAASB decides to modify its current work plan. The survey will be open for responses through September 30, 2016, and must be submitted using the online tool.

The accompanying Supplement to the IAASB Strategy and Work Plan Consultation provides background information for those respondents who may not be familiar with the IAASB’s structure and processes and how it develops its work plans.

  

The survey is now closed. For a compilation of the responses received to the survey please, visit the December 2016 IAASB meeting page, Agenda Item 4 (Supplement) - Work Plan 2017-2018 and Strategic Objectives.

 

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