IESBA

AcronymDefinition
IESBAInternational Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (New York, NY)
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One of the major differences between IESBA standards and PCAOB standards is in the steps to take if a satisfactory resolution of NOCLAR cannot be achieved.
IESBA is an entity of the global association of professional accounting associations, the International Federation of Accountants[R] (IFAC[R]).
This research uses data from SMO of the action plan subject: IESBA Code of Ethics for professional accountants.
IFAC's SMOs require members and associates to adhere to the standards of the IAASB, IAESB, IESBA, IPSASB, and the International AccountingStandards Board (IASB).
The IESBA Code fully embraces the conceptual framework approach, and the Codification Project provides an opportunity to further integrate the framework into the AICPA Code.
Nasser Al Shaali, CEO of the DIFC Authority said: "The organisation of the CAG meetings of the IAASB and IESBA in DIFC reflects Dubai's rising profile as a leading global financial hub.
There are in many codes of ethics, however, a number of specific requirements that do explicitly refer to the public interest For example, the IESBA provisions on Non-Compliance with Law and Regulations (NOCLAR) make specific reference to accountants making disclosures where considered to be in the public interest.
More than 70% of the IESBA Handbook deals with ethical matters important only to accountants in public practice rather than those employed in business.
The GAO independence proposal is substantially consistent with the independence requirements contained in the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct (AICPA Code) as well as the IESBA code.
I'm already on the CCAB ethics board and CIMAs professional standards committee, so I get input from all of these and then feed into the IESBA.
In keeping with this commitment, the IESBA has revised the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants by updating the definition of a network firm.