IESBA Q&A Video Series: Responding to Non-Compliance with Laws & Regulations

Jul 14, 2016 | Guidance & Support Tools, Videos

Representatives of the IESBA Consultative Advisory Group (CAG) member organizations and IESBA CAG Chair, along with the IESBA Chair and members, discuss key aspects of the IESBA's standard, Responding to Non-Compliance with Laws & Regulations, including its relevance to various constituencies, including:

  • investors
  • regulators, and
  • professional accountants.  

The standard forms part of the 2016 IESBA Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants, and comes into effect July 15, 2017.

See also the web page, Responding to Non-Compliance with Laws & Regulations, for more details and implementation support materials.


How IESBA's NOCLAR Standard Can Enhance Corporate Governance: Q&A with Anne Molyneux, International Corporate Governacne Network (ICGN)

Importance of NOCLAR Obligations in Preventing & Detecting Bribery: Q&A with Lucy Elliott, Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD)

What Investors Need to Know about NOCLAR: Q&A with Matt Waldron, CFA Institute

The Value of the NOCLAR Standard to Accountants & Society: Q&A with IESBA CAG Chair Kristian Koktvedgaard

IESBA Chairman & Members

An Overview of NOCLAR: Q&A with IESBA Chairman Dr. Stavros Thomadakis

What Accountants Need to Know about NOCLAR: Q&A with IESBA Deputy Chair Richard Fleck

What SMPs Need to Know about NOCLAR: Q&A with IESBA Member Brian Caswell


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