Proposed IESBA Definition of Public Interest Entity

Supplemental Guidance to Exposure Draft to Aid Local Body Considerations Regarding Adoption and Implementation

IESBA
Mar 12, 2021 | Guidance & Support Tools
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This publication provides additional context to the Board’s recently proposed revisions to the definition of a public interest entity (PIE) and supplements the guidance material in the explanatory memorandum of the Exposure Draft Proposed Revisions to the Definitions of Listed Entity and Public Interest Entity in the Code (PIE ED), which was released in January.

This staff publication will assist local regulators, national standard setters or other relevant local bodies in considering and planning adoption of the revised PIE definition when finalized and issued by the IESBA. The IESBA recognizes that there may be refinements to the proposals as a result of the comments received on exposure.

 
Supplementary Guidance to Exposure Draft to Aid Local Body Considerations Regarding Adoption and Implementation

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