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8 October 2014

FEE Survey on the PIE definitions applicable in European countries

In the summer of 2014 FEE conducted a survey on the definitions of Public Interest Entities (PIE) applicable in Europe. The outcome of this survey is shared in the below document.

This survey has been carried out in order to obtain an overview of the PIE definitions applicable across European countries and the differences therein, to get some insight into the number of PIEs within the EU and to indicate any anticipated changes in the definition with the implementation of the new Audit or Accounting Directives.

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