About the faculty and its Board
The Corporate Reporting Faculty helps guide members through current and emerging reporting requirements and provides them with world-class technical knowledge to ensure they continue to be experts in their roles in public practice or business. The faculty is also responsible for formulating ICAEW policy on corporate reporting issues and makes submissions to standard setters and other external bodies on behalf of ICAEW.
The Corporate Reporting Faculty maintains a number of Boards and Committees to guide its work. It is overseen by the Corporate Reporting Faculty Board which is responsible for shaping the direction and focus of the faculties’ activities and the services which it provides to members.
Members of our Board and Committees volunteer their time and play a key role in supporting the delivery of technical guidance and ensuring the faculty sustains a strong reputation and influence with those who set the law and standards that shape ICAEW members’ work.
The Corporate Reporting Faculty Board delegates responsibility for particular tasks and functions to three sub-committees. Learn more about each below.
Financial Reporting Committee
The FRC is responsible for the development of ICAEW policy on financial reporting issues and ensures ICAEW reflects the views of members.Find out more
Non-Financial Reporting Committee
The NFRC is responsible for the development of ICAEW policy on non-financial and reporting issues and ensures ICAEW reflects the views of members.Find out more
Corporate Reporting Editorial Board
The Corporate Reporting Editorial Board works with faculty staff to ensure that factsheets and other publications are relevant, reliable and understandable.Find out more
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