The Financial Reporting Special Interest Group aims to develop a supportive environment for accounting academics and research students in Australia and New Zealand who are engaged in, or wish to engage in financial reporting and other financial accounting research and/or teaching
- Providing a forum for dialogue between academics and practitioners on current and emerging professional issues in relation to financial reporting and pronouncements from the accounting standard setters.
- Disseminating information and communicating members' research interests and emerging issues in research.
- Providing opportunities to present new research ideas and work-in-progress in supportive workshops with more time than is usually available at a conference.
- Initiating, encouraging and facilitating collaborative research.
- Encouraging both new and established researchers in financial reporting and financial accounting research using a variety of methods.
The Financial Reporting (fmr Accounting Standards) Special Interest Group was established in 1995 and currently has approximately 70 members. SIG 3 membership is open to all accounting academics and PhD accounting students.
FINANCIAL REPORTING INTEREST GROUP
2023 FINANCIAL REPORTING FORUM JULY 1
The 2023 Financial Reporting Forum will be held at the Gold Coast on July 1 from 9am. We encourage in person attendance and all presentations will be made in person but we will cater for people to listen online. The format will commence with the various accounting standard setting bodies making presentations on current reporting issues in the morning session. This will include a comprehensive update but with particular focus on hot topics on the agenda.
The afternoon session will be devoted to presentations by PhD students, established academics and practitioners.
PhD PRESENTATIONS: CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
We invite students working on PhD (or Master) projects in financial reporting especially projects that are likely to have significant relevance to accounting standards to present papers on their research. This is an opportunity for research students to obtain valuable feedback from an audience with a strong interest in financial reporting. If you are working on a topic for a higher research degree that is likely to have significant relevance to accounting standards and you would like to nominate for the afternoon session you should e-mail an abstract of no more than 300 words to Phil Hancock. (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than May 31. Applicants will be notified by 14 June 20232. If you would like more details, call Phil on 08 6488 1835.
ACADEMICS AND PRACTITIONERS: CALL FOR PAPERS
The Forum also provides an opportunity for the academic and practitioner communities to show the standard setters that some academic research currently in progress in Australia and New Zealand that may be very relevant to them as standard setters. We invite interested academics and practitioners to submit papers on any topic related to financial reporting/accounting. Full papers or abstracts of 300 words maximum will be considered for acceptance. These should be sent to email@example.com no later than May 31. Applicants will be notified by 14 June 2023. Full papers for successful applicants will be required by June 30.
So, register HERE for the forum either in person or online and hear from the accounting standard setters in Australia and New Zealand.
Financial Reporting SIG event
Thank you to our members for making the workshop a very successful event. Please find below the slideshows available to download:
- Climate Related Disclosures - an Update: April McKenzie
- Accounting Standards Update: Anthony Heffernan, Gali Slyuzberg & Jamie Cattell
- The Australian Standard Setters' Responses to Current Challenges Facing Financial Reporting: Mark Shying
Joining the Financial Reporting Special Interest Group
To become a member of the Financial Reporting SIG you will first need to become a member of AFAANZ.
The fee for AFAANZ membership is AU$155 plus GST for those members residing in Australia and requiring hardcopies of the A & F journal (online access included); and AU$155 for those residing outside Australia.
For those members who only require online access to the A & F journal, the fee is $105 plus GST (Australia residents) and $105 for those residing outside Australia. Note that membership is based on a calendar year.
The fee for the Financial Reporting SIG is AU$22 including GST for applicants residing in Australia and AU$20 for applicants residing outside Australia. Click on the purchase button to gain access to this SIG. You may also "Join this Group" further below to be keep up to date with the latest news and events.
Each year the SIG holds a forum prior to the AFAANZ Conference. The SIG Annual General Meeting is held at the conclusion of the Forum.
|Chair (Aus)||Phil Hancockfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Committee Member||Tony van Zijlemail@example.com|
|Committee Member||Janice Loftusfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Committee Member||Demi Chungemail@example.com|
For more information on the Financial Reporting SIG please contact:
Professor Phil Hancock
UWA Business School - Accounting and Finance
The University of Western Australia
35 Stirling Highway CRAWLEY WA 6009
Phone: +61 8 6488 1835