- Internal market (financial reporting)
Any interested party – commercial, public, academic or non-governmental, including private individuals. Especially: capital market participants and companies preparing financial statements or using them for investment purposes (whether or not they use IFRS).
- From 07.08.2014 to 07.11.2014 – (closed).
The European Commission is holding a public consultation to seek views from all interested parties on their experience of Regulation 1606/2002 (‘the IAS Regulation’). The results of this public consultation will feed into the European Commission’s evaluation of the IAS Regulation.
How to submit your contribution
The participation period to this consultation is now over.
Reference documents and other related consultations
- Responsible services:
- Internal Market and Services DG,
Unit F3 – Accounting and Financial Reporting
- Postal address:
- European Commission
Number of responses received to this consultation
200 contributions were received.
View the contributions
- Click here to view the contributions.
In the interests of transparency, organisations are invited to provide the public with relevant information about themselves by registering in the Interest Representative Register and subscribing to its Code of Conduct. If the organisation is not registered, the submission will be published separately from the registered organisations.
Results of consultation and next steps
The summary results of the consultation will soon be published on this page.