IPSASB 2019-2023 Strategy and Work Plan Stakeholder Consultation

28 March 2018, 09:30 Avenue d'Auderghem, 22-28, B-1040 Brussels View on Google Maps

The International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board® (IPSASB®) will shortly publish its proposed Strategy and Work Plan 2019-2023 with a consultation period that expires on June 15th 2018. The Strategy & Work Plan is of key importance to the IPSASB and the increasing number of constituents who have a stake in its work, as it will drive the IPSASB’s activities in the 2019-2023 period including the selection of new projects and the IPSASB’s role in broader public financial management.

The Roundtable, hosted jointly by Accountancy Europe and the IPSASB, is an opportunity for participants to discuss the IPSASB’s proposed strategic objective, the five supporting strategic themes and the projects that the IPSASB proposes to add to its work plan in the 2019-2023 period, with the IPSASB chair, European IPSASB members and the IPSASB Technical Director.

Draft programme

  • Registration and welcome coffee

  • Opening and Welcome

    Thomas Müller-Marqués Berger, Accountancy Europe, Public Sector Policy Group, Chair

  • 2019 – 2023 Strategy: Objective and Strategic Themes

    Ian Carruthers, IPSASB, Chair

  • Coffee Break

  • Work Plan: Standard setting priorities

    Marc Wermuth, IPSASB, Member
    Sebastian Heintges, IPSASB, Member

  • Networking Lunch

  • Work plan: IPSAS adoption and raising accrual awareness

    Bernhard Schatz, IPSASB, Member
    Francesco Capalbo, IPSASB, Member

  • Coffee Break

  • Broader Financial Reporting—Public Sector

    John Stanford, IPSASB, Technical Director
    Ian Carruthers, IPSASB, Chair

  • Closing remarks

    Ian Carruthers, IPSASB, Chair
    Thomas Müller-Marqués Berger, Accountancy Europe, Public Sector Policy Group, Chair

  • Networking cocktail

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