We know that you're busy, and it’s not always easy to allocate time to non-revenue-generating work. That’s why there are different ways for you to get involved with our work, both directly with us and also through participation in other international, regional and national groups.
Details of proposals that are currently open for comment can be found here. We also typically run outreach activities with investors and analysts on our major projects that are open to comment.
The Committee is the interpretative body of the IASB and works with the Board in supporting the application of our Standards. To find more about submitting a question click here.
The Council meets three time a year and provides strategic advice to the IFRS Foundation. Further details about the role can be found here.
Every five years we undertake an Agenda Consultation to seek the views of investors and other stakeholders to help the Board develop its work plan. This is an important opportunity to influence our work. The next consultation began in 2020— register your interest in participation here.
There are three meetings each year with members drawn from a variety of industry and geographical backgrounds. Further information about CMAC could be found here.
The Committee is the interpretative body of the IASB and works with the Board in supporting the application of our Standards. You could also become a member of the Committee. To find more about the Interpretations Committee click here.
The Board is responsible for the development and publication of IFRS Standards. You do not need to be a accountant to become a Board Member—the Board combines recent practical experience in setting accounting standards, in preparing, auditing, or using financial reports, and in accounting education. Most Board members work on a full-time basis for the IFRS Foundation. Further details about the role can be found here.
Job opportunities at the IFRS Foundation are wide-ranging and not limited to technical accountants. Most of our roles are permanent appointments; some are filled on a one or two year basis; some are undertaken by secondees from industry or the accounting profession. For further information go to our Careers page.