Committee on Corporate Reporting (CCR)
The CCR focuses on issues relating to financial accounting, auditing and corporate reporting. It puts FEI Canada members on the inside track concerning the activities of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), the Accounting Standards Board (AcSB) and those activities of the Auditing and Assurance Board that directly affect FEI Canada members. The CCR also maintains a close relationship with the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) on issues relating to corporate reporting. The Committee regularly provides input to these bodies on issues affecting FEI Canada members, including responding to exposure drafts and other documents issued for comment. The Committee meets with senior members of the AcSB and the CSA on a semi-annual basis to discuss matters of interest, including new initiatives of those bodies and concerns of Committee members. FEI Canada is currently represented by members of the Committee on the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Advisory Council of the IASB and the Accounting Standards Oversight Council.
If you would like to join CCR or would like further information please contact Melissa Gibson
To view recent comment Letters from CCR, please click here.
FEI Canada’s Policy Forum was established to provide guidance and expert opinion on emerging issues relevant to FEI Canada members, and act as advisors on issues of importance to industry groups, government, regulators and standard setters who will benefit from their impartial counsel.
The Policy Forum has a broad agenda and has seven thought leadership committees, with each focused on the following issues:
- Corporate reporting
- Governance and risk management
- Information technology
- Private companies
- Treasury and capital markets .
Meetings for each of these committees are held by teleconference, normally monthly, and face-to-face full-day meetings are occasionally held in Toronto or in conjunction with FEI Canada’s national conference.
If you would like to join IPAC or would like further information please contact Laura Bobak.
To view recent comment letters from the Policy forum please click here.