- Press Releases Related to the Monitoring Group
- Public Communications Related to the Monitoring Group
- Press Contacts
Monitoring Group - Reforms to The Global Audit Standard-Setting Process
(22 February 2018)
Monitoring Group Governance Review
(28 March 2013)
- Monitoring Group Charter
- IFAC Reforms
- Monitoring Group Nominating Committee
Monitoring Group Nominating Committee
The Monitoring Group Nominating Committee (MG NC) is a committee established by the Monitoring Group that is responsible for the selection and appointment of board members to the Public Interest Oversight Board (PIOB). The establishment of the MG NC in 2021 is in accordance with the MG Recommendations published in July 2020, Strengthen the International Audit and Ethics Standard-Setting System (MG Reform). The Monitoring Group is responsible for the overall governance of the international audit and ethics standard-setting system, including oversight of the PIOB.
The MG NC selection process utilizes the PIOB skills matrix that fosters leadership, expertise, and diversity of thought and geography. The MG NC endeavors to balance the nominee’s abilities and professional qualifications with the needs of the PIOB, such that the PIOB has the appropriate balance of knowledge, skills, experience and diversity for it to discharge its public interest and oversight role and responsibilities independently and effectively. The MG NC also seeks gender, geographical and experiential diversity on the PIOB Board.
To learn more about the Monitoring Group, please visit the Monitoring Group website.