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Expert Group: International Accounting & Auditing


At the Lisbon Conference, the group reassessed its title and, consistent with the recommendations of Jan Willem Alpenaar, eliminated the reference to “IPG Q&A.”  Much discussion was focused on how to consistently generate valuable content.  Group members Alina Obrizanova (Moscow) and Angeliki Moschandreou (Thessaloniki) graciously volunteered to assist and, following the meeting, promptly fulfilled that undertaking. Three content posts have been made since Lisbon.Summary report by Jeffrey Larso, as Alexander could not be present in Lisbon
During the sessions in Lisbon we briefly introduced the description of the Group’s purpose as agreed upon in the Delhi conference as outlined in the group’s profile on LinkedIn to such members who did not participate in the Delhi conference as well as new members of the Group.
Since traffic within the International Accounting & Auditing Group is still very limited we focused on gathering ideas to significantly increase the volume on the platform. One suggestion to mobilize more traffic was to increase the number of members within the Group (the number of members has increased from 24 before the Delhi conference in November 2016 to 38 as of June 19, 2017). Furthermore we encouraged Group members to provide their share to increase traffic within the Group, e.g. provide suggestions for new Group members, share information (e.g. case studies) and comment on the information shared, ask Group related questions and respond to these questions. We agreed that specific current topics of interest were, amongst others, current developments on Revenue Recognition (e.g. IFRS 15), International Group audits (e.g. ISA 600) and raise specific questions arising in the day to day business.
Since the level of traffic within the Group is still very low the most crucial next step is to find more or other ways to promote the platform, i.e. further extend the network to gain a critical mass for ongoing communication and also to add further value to its members.

Expert Group Leader Alexander Spiess not present in Lisbon and represented by Klaus Bertram and Jeffrey Larson.