IFRS Regional Policy Forum
The IFRS Regional Policy Forum is one of the key platforms in the Asian-Oceanic region for standards setters, policymakers, regulators and government bodies to deliberate on broader topics in relation to the diverse roles of financial reporting and how financial reporting could influence policy formulation and execution. The forum is usually attended by senior representatives from the international accounting standard-setters community, securities exchanges, central banks, financial market regulators, tax authorities, governments, audit practitioners and academia.
The Forum has been held since 2005 by the following jurisdictions, namely, Australia, Japan, China and Singapore. For the related Communiqués, please follow the links below: