Our stakeholders

Stakeholders:

Our stakeholders are as diverse as the work of European accountants, advisors, and auditors and their impact on economy and society. NGOs and the general public want to know more about how governments and companies manage their affairs. Accountants are essential in improving this communications gap. Therefore, we work with an increasingly broad range of stakeholders.

See our main stakeholders in the word cloud below:

Stakeholders we worked with include :
  • A4S
  • AFME
  • Bruegel
  • CDSB
  • CEPS
  • Committee of the Regions
  • CSR Europe
  • EBA
  • EBF
  • ECB
  • ECGW
  • ECOda
  • EFRAG
  • EGIAN
  • EIOPA
  • EPC
  • ESMA
  • EU Council
  • European Commission
  • European Issuers
  • European Parliament
  • FESE
  • Fuels Europe
  • GRI
  • IAASB
  • IASB
  • IESBA
  • IIRC
  • Invest Europe
  • IPSASB
  • OECD
  • Oxfam
  • PCAOB
  • Transparency International
  • WBC

External expert groups:

We regularly get invited to expert groups to contribute to policy making and standard-setting at European and international level. Participating is one way for us to transfer the daily practice of our membership into input for policy and regulation.

International: 
  •  IAASB Consultative Advisory Group
  • Early Warning Network EU
  • IESBA CAG Consultative Advisory Group
  • World Benchmarking Alliance Allies Community
  • IPSASB Consultative Advisory Group
  • IASB Management Commentary Advisory Group
European:
  • EC Excise Contact Group
  • EC Expert Group on European Public Sector Accounting Standards
  • EC Platform for Tax Good Governance, Aggressive Tax Planning and Double Taxation
  • EC VAT Expert Group
  • EC VAT Forum
  • EFRAG Sustainability Reporting Board
  • EFRAG Administrative Board
  • EFRAG Financial Reporting Board
  • ESMA Corporate Finance Standing Committee – Consultative Working Group
  • ESMA Corporate Reporting Standing Committee – Consultative Working Group

Memberships:

We are also members of different associations, federations and networks in Europe and around the world:

  • IFAC
  • EAA
  • EFRAG
  • EPC
  • ECGI
  • CEPS
  • EUROSIF
  • FAIB

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