The international accounting rule maker is on the hunt for individuals to
test a new cash flow model.
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) is advertising for
candidates to take part in an expert panel aimed to report back on issues on a
proposed expected cash flow approach.
Staff at the standard setter recommended the panel be set up, with
participants tasked with addressing “process-driven implementation issues”.
“Suitable candidates would have a background in risk management, systems
development or operations, or in product development or in controlling
(including auditing) these areas,” the IASB said in its application.
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for Expert Advisory Panel membership (expected cash flow approach)
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