The European Financial Reporting Advisory Group’s (EFRAG) General Assembly has agreed the terms of reference for the European Lab Steering Group which will allow EFRAG to proceed with establishment of the European Corporate Reporting Lab (‘European Lab’).
After the recent adoption of an action plan on financing sustainable growth, the European Commission shows its intention to concretely finance its ambitious climate and sustainable development agenda, strengthening its role.
With the newly European Lab, EFRAG intends to encourage a grounded European corporate reporting system, by sharing good practices and by supporting experts. Through a wide network of reporting companies, users and stakeholder and an external promotion of the outcomes, the European Lab is committed to reaching its objective.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the European Lab Steering Group, this is your occasion!
EFRAG has published a Call for Candidates and is looking for new members with interesting and various background, including companies of different sizes that publish corporate reports, users (analysts and investors (mainstream and socially responsible investors)), accountancy profession, financial intermediaries, civil society organisations and academics.
The deadline for submitting the application is the 8th October 2018 and the European Lab Steering Group members will be appointed by the EFRAG General Assembly, for an initial term of up to three years commencing on 15 November 2018.