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XBRL International Calls for Candidates to Join Board of Directors

In case you missed the call first time around, XBRL International is looking for candidates with a commitment to improving reporting for its volunteer board of directors. XBRL International aims to improve the accountability and transparency of business performance through the provision of open data exchange standards and is recruiting board members to help manage and promote the not-for-profit organisation.

The organisation’s nominations committee is looking for candidates from the private and public sectors, from across the globe and from different disciplines. It is interested in improving gender diversity on the board.

The board is comprised of senior leaders and experts with broad international experience in financial, business and regulatory reporting, accounting, technology and standards setting. It advises and assists in developing strategic opportunities, identifies critical regulatory, technology and accounting trends that XBRL needs to respond to, and develops long-term growth and sustainability strategies for the XBRL consortium.

To find out more about eligibility criteria and how to make a nomination to the board of directors, download the Call for Nominations document. Nominations close on February 28, 2018.

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