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IFRS interpretations committee appoints members

The IFRS Foundation's Interpretations Committee has appointed and reappointed several members.

Tony de Bell, a PwC UK global accounting consulting services leader, Reinhard Dotzlaw, who is a member of KPMG's global IFRS panel and Martin Schloemer, who is head of accounting principles and policies at Bayer AG in Germany will all begin their three year term on 1 July.

The 14 member committee has also appointed Grant Thornton executive director of international financial reporting Andrew Watchman and BDO's global head of IFRS Andrew Buchanan.

In 2012 it was agreed that the interpretations committee should broaden the number of accountancy firms represented in its membership, hence the appointment of Watchman and Buchanan to a single three-year rotating seat. Watchman will take the first terms commencing in June 2013 and Buchanan the second, starting 1 July 2016.

Additionally, current member Feilong Li's term has been extended for a further three years

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