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EFRAG is looking for new board members

The European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) has launched a call for candidates to serve its Board.

The current EFRAG Board has been in place since November 2014, for a three year term ending in November this year.

While the current members are eligible to be reappointed, EFRAG invited European stakeholder organisations as well as national standard setters in countries that are part of EFRAG’s membership to nominate their candidates. Nominated candidates from small investor and user organisations which have no funding contribution to EFRAG can also be appointed as Board members. However, this can only be possible under exceptional circumstances and at the discretion of the EFRAG General Assembly.

The call for candidates can be accessed here.

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