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May, 2019

PIOB hosts MACAM conference together with IOSCO

May, 2019

PIOB publishes Public Interest issues lists on SSB projects

September, 2018

PIOB Organizes Workshop on Enhanced Reporting

February, 2018

PIOB submits comment letter to the Monitoring Group Consultation

November, 2017

The MG issues Consultation Paper

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PIOB hosts MACAM conference together with IOSCO

Date:  May, 2019

The PIOB hosted a conference together with IOSCO for the students of the Inter-University Master´s Degree in Accounting, Auditing and Financial Markets (MACAM) at its headquarters in Madrid. This has been the 8th edition of the conference. Victor Alió, Chairman of the Instituto de Censores Jurados de Cuentas(ICJCE), the Professional Accounting Body in Spain, opened the session and was followed by Tajinder Singh, Secretary General of IOSCO and Gonzalo Ramos, Secretary General of the PIOB. Amongst the 45 attendees there were students of the Master´s Degree and members of the ICJCE.

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PIOB publishes Public Interest issues lists on SSB projects

Date:  May, 2019

 

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PIOB Organizes Workshop on Enhanced Reporting

Date:  September, 2018

The PIOB organized a half-day workshop on September 26th in Madrid to explore how best to improve assurance on enhanced reporting, and the possible role of standard setters in facilitating this. Professor Mervin E. King delivered the Keynote speech and was followed by two panels. The First Panel explored the different Enhanced Reporting Initiatives and was moderated by Jane Diplock (PIOB member). The panel was comprised of Helen Slinger (Director, Accounting for Sustainability), Laura Girella (Coordinator, International Integrated Reporting Council) and Eric Hespenheide (Chairman, Global Reporting Initiative). The Second Panel provided a platform for Investors, Profession and Standard setting Boards to share perspectives. The panel was moderated by Karen Stothers (PIOB member) and was comprised of José Luis Blasco (Global Head for KPMG Sustainability Services), Marek Grabowski (Member and Chairman of the Emerging External Reporting Task Force, International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB), Liz Murrall (Director of Stewardship & Reporting, The Investment Association) and Stavros Thomadakis (Chairman, International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants). Participants included IFAC representatives, the Chairmen of the IAASB, IESBA, IESBA CAG, IAESB and the IAESB CAG, representatives from the Big Four, Regulators, members of the academic community and the PIOB in full. All 45 participants contributed to have active debates at the end of each session. Front row from left to right: Aileen Pierce (PIOB Member), Prof. Mervyn. E. King, Eddy Wymeersch (PIOB Chairman), Jane Diplock (PIOB Member) and Laura Girella (Coordinator, IR Leading Practice and Research Programmes, International Integrated Reporting). Second row from left to right: Helen Slinger (Director Accounting for Sustainability), Liz Murrall (Director of Stewardship & Reporting, The Investment Association), Karel Van Hulle (PIOB Member), Shigeo Kashiwagi (PIOB Member), Marek Grabowski (Member and Chairman of the Emerging External Reporting Task Force, IAASB), Stavros Thomadakis (IESBA Chairman) and Karen Stothes (PIOB Member). Third row from left to right: Eric Hespenheide (Chairman Global Reporting Initiative), Maria Helena Pettersson (PIOB Member), José Luis Blasco (Global Head for KPMG Sustainability Services) and Gonzalo Ramos (PIOB Secretary General).  

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PIOB submits comment letter to the Monitoring Group Consultation

Date:  February, 2018

The PIOB submits its comment letter to the Monitoring Group Consultation Paper on Strengthening the Governance and Oversight of the International Audit-Related Standard-Setting Boards in the Public Interest.
The PIOB formulates its opinion based on its experience in overseeing standard setting, after a careful analysis of the consequences that the proposed changes may bring.
The PIOB continues to support a constructive dialogue with the MG and other stakeholders, with the aim to build a standard setting system which is more respondent to the public interest.

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The MG issues Consultation Paper

Date:  November, 2017

Press release: Call for Comments on reforms to the global audit standard-setting process

https://www.iosco.org/news/pdf/IOSCONEWS480.pdf

Consultation Paper: Strengthening the Governance and Oversight of the International Audit-related Standard-setting Boards in the Public Interest

https://www.iosco.org/library/pubdocs/pdf/IOSCOPD586.pdf

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